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Megan Racing rear lower tie bar is designed to get the most from your suspension to improve handling and stability. Made of light-weight aluminum and powder coated a brilliant blue for durability against the elements and a nice finishing touch to the underside of your car, this product is definitely a must for those who know the true value of suspension tuning in their performance machines.  High-quality branded

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