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SG Rear Strut Bar

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Looking to pick up a rear strut bar for my SG9 Forester. 


1. Who has used one in an SG Forester before?

2. What brand did you use?

3. Did you have to modify the internal panels to fit it? 

4. How much of a difference did you feel? 


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You can use one from a SF, BD and BG too.

I've used one previously in a BC5 and it made a difference making the rear more solid. They're generally designed to work with existing panels so no modification is needed.

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