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post #16 of 70 (permalink) Old 01-03-2015, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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Now what am I supposed to do?!?! The strut rods are also on my list of upgrades along with the Bilsteins. My strut rods are in great shape and I have the better then stock rubber compound. I do not think I have ever felt changes in the camber or toe, but I definitely have felt the rear end skipping out going over expansion joints in corners. The sale is great, but it makes for hard decisions. What to do? Any combo package discounts?
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I'm sure your bushings are squirming all over the place, especially if that is you in line for track work in your signature pic.

Out strut rods eliminate the twitchy wheel and 'dartiness' especially under hard braking.
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Yup, that's me! Total rookie driver still so I am not pushing the limit of my car, yet. Still a hard decision since I will be doing the Arning drop this winter.

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We also have a deal going on a 4 pack of our Bilstein shocks. Check out this post for details - Bilstein Blowout! Ends June 30th 2009!
Just placed my order for the 67 Sport Valving Bilsteins.

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Just placed my order for the 67 Sport Valving Bilsteins.

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Awesome thanks!

Remember this deal is only for January '15. Bilstein shocks and our Adjustable Strut Rods are discounted. Price will go back up Feb 1st.
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I did the Bilstein sport shock upgrade last year. Worth every penny.
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I did the Bilstein sport shock upgrade last year. Worth every penny.
Great! Thank you for the testimonial. I remember the first time I switched to these from KYB Gas-A-Just. WOW!
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Gah! Horrible timing. Been dieing for these but have items required to drive the stang inline first. :shakesfist:
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Half way through this sale! Lots of shocks and Adjustable Strut Rods already shipped. Get yours before the end of the month before the prices go back up!
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Just an FYI Shaun, you have a banner ad on here that says Baer tracker, 165. But when you click through it says 175.
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For February 2015 you can save 10% on our Billet Export Brace and 10% off our custom length Aluminum Driveshafts.

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Shaun - Im looking to place an order on adjustable strut rods, roller perches, larger sway bar, and LCA's - any upcoming sales on these items?

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