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Old 10-08-2010, 09:47 PM   #1
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my car is boosted and during a third gear pull my front cross member made a loud POP...From where the previous own had cut a section out for headers it had become weak and wasn't boxed in and the metal couldn't hold and it snapped so i am looking into the aftermarket front cross member traction bar setups. and i was wondering how much it would run me. I mainly just want to hear what you guys have to say that use them?
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So you're just wanting to know how much they cost?

http://passwordjdm.com/Full-Race-88-...P3463C569.aspx
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FULL RACE FTW thats what im running and no complaints
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full-race sells them for $379 shipped

ETD also has a solid one for about $360

Innovate has a good one but I don't know how much that cost.
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So you're just wanting to know how much they cost?

http://passwordjdm.com/Full-Race-88-...P3463C569.aspx
why does password sell it for more than full-race's webstore????
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I use the innovative piece. solid bar. works great
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I'm selling my Full-Race traction bar setup for a 1988-1991 CRX. Let me know if your interested. Only flaw on the traction bar is the driver side radius rod has a cut in it. It has a cut from my car being to low and my CRV crank was hitting it. You can get a new radius rod from Full-Race for $35-$40 shipped. The other radius rod is brand new.
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I'm selling my Full-Race traction bar setup for a 1988-1991 CRX. Let me know if your interested. Only flaw on the traction bar is the driver side radius rod has a cut in it. It has a cut from my car being to low and my CRV crank was hitting it. You can get a new radius rod from Full-Race for $35-$40 shipped. The other radius rod is brand new.
how much and where do you live?
im located in gainesville ga
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how much and where do you live?
im located in gainesville ga
$250 picked up I live in San Jose, CA. Can also ship it but, buyer pays for the shipping cost. And payment I accept are Paypal only and buyer must add the 3% paypal fee. I can get you pictures of the bar once I remove it. Let me know.
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yeah just make sure you get one that bolts up in the stock locations. the long bolts that bolt to the frame. and also to the stock tow hook points. stay away from the ones that only use the stock tow hook points.
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yeah just make sure you get one that bolts up in the stock locations. the long bolts that bolt to the frame. and also to the stock tow hook points. stay away from the ones that only use the stock tow hook points.
yea i noticed that when i looked into the after market kits..I really like the ones that use the tow hook locations and factory locations into the frame. and i also noticed some have solid bars vs hollow and some have front motor mounts. that would be really nice in my crx.
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