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DODGE MAGNUM STRUT TOWER BRACE MOPAR PERFORMANCE OEM
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DODGE MAGNUM STRUT TOWER BRACE MOPAR PERFORMANCE OEM

Our Price: $309.95
SKU:

PB-85BR-G918

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NEW IN PACKAGE GENUINE OEM MOPAR PERFORMANCE STRUT TOWER BRACE-ONE PART # P5155002 FITS 2008 TO 2010 DODGE CHALLENGER FITS 2005 TO 2008 DODGE MAGNUM FITS 2006 TO 2010 DODGE CHARGER FITS 2005 TO 2010 CHRYSLER 300 WILL NOT FIT 2011 DODGE CHALLENGER Mopar Performance Strut Tower Brace Made of heavy gauge powder-coated steel, this MIG-welded performance Strut Tower Brace reduces body flex in the front end, improving handling and drivability by tying in critical chassis points. OEM from Mopar Performance Perfect Fit Guaranteed! OEM QUALITY AND FIT!!!!! IF YOUR UNSURE OF YOUR APPLICATION PLEASE SEND US YOUR VIN NUMBER FOR APPLICATION VERIFICATION!!!!

Features:

OEM FITMENT


Product Details:
Package Length: 23.0 inches
Package Width: 5.0 inches
Package Height: 5.0 inches
Package Weight: 10.0 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 9 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.0 ( 9 customer reviews )
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4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

5Stiff CompetitionNov 04, 2012
By ChrisM
The brace looks great and fits perfectly. I does help on turn in, especially on freeway ramps. It does fit one specific way, so you may have to spin it around to fit. It took about 20 minutes to install with basic tools. Recommend having bolts torqued by a professional afterwards.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5No IssuesNov 05, 2013
By lewSki
Mopar STB arrived on-time and in perfect condition with all expected hardware. Installed in an hour with no issues at all.
Works as advertised from Mopar.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5Most bang for the buck modJun 06, 2013
By Aldo Martin
Mounting this tower strut brace has significantly improved the handling of my Challenger SRT.

It is pretty straightford install that takes less than one hour. You will need an angled drill or an 18-inch drill bit to mount the brace, though.

Highly recommend it: you will notice the improved handling right away.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5mopar maniacMar 08, 2013
By mopar maniac
Perfect fit for my 2010 Challenger. Just what my engine bay needed to dress it up. Also bought the billet aluminum caps to finish it off.

5Brace Yourself!Mar 08, 2015
By Furman O. Ashley "Taz-I812"
I have a long list of "presents" for my favorite car and I get them as I'm able. This time was this MOPAR front strut tower brace and I love it! This was a simple install. Remove the 6 strut tower bolts, place the brace, tighten the 6 bolts, use the bushings in the brace to drill the two holes in the chassis brace, remove the strut brace and debur the two new holes, re-install and tighten the strut tower brace and you're done. This took me about an hour and it could definitely be done faster but I always like to measure twice and cut once. It looks great installed and you can definately feel the difference when driving particularly when you're turning into a turn at speed. I love it!! Three things of note with the install: (1) if you have the 5.7L HEMI like I do, you can use a standard drill and a standard 13/32 inch drill bit to drill the two holes in the vehicle chassis brace with no problem. If you have the 6.1 or 6.4 HEMI the Intake is higher and you have to use an extended (I'm not sure how long but you can find out in LX forums) drill bit or some kind of angle because the drill will not lay against the intake and go straight through the strut tower bushings and drill straight into the chassis brace. (2) Make sure the vehicle is parked on level ground before you start but even then, the strut tower brace may not just drop into place due to many reasons. If this is the case, you may be able to wiggle it a little and get it to go into place like I did but the instructions say to have a floor jack available so that you can jack up one side or the other to drop the brace in place so make sure you have one available just in case. (3) If you install the strut tower brace and then use the bushings in the brace to drill the two holes in the chassis brace, be aware that you're going to remove paint (powder coating) from the inside of the bushings in the strut tower brace. I said what the heck because that is hidden by the bolts you install through the bushings and tighten to the chassis brace as well the bushings completely ensure that the two hole you drill are exactly straight in the chassis brace. If you do not want to take paint off, you will want to mount the strut brace and then use a center punch or marker to mark the holes in the chassis brace, remove the strut tower brace, drill your two holes and use some method to make sure you're drilling straight or those two long bolts are not going to slide through both the strut tower brace and the chassis brace.

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