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wasent sure were to put this so i stuck it here.

i was wondering, ive seen front tower bars sell for 30 - 100 bucks and i was thinking. wouldent it be easier to just get a steel pipe (1/2 in or so), the crush the ends of the pipe till there flat and then weld the bar the cars towers. could be do for under $10. anyone think anything about this?
 

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im just looking for a cheaper way im on a tight budget.
 

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Don't see why that won't work. Might look ghetto but if you don't care . . .
 

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um yhea thats a thing to consider. make sure the car is on level ground. and i dont think it would look that ghetto if it was welded good and then painted it.
 

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my buddy found an ebay strut brace for my car and bought it for something like $16 shipped. it's nothing special, but there's not much to a strut bar anyway.
 

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Fast91SER said:
They go as cheap as $6.99, plus its shiny and nice looking, rather than a bar welded to the chasis.

Watch out though, the $6.99 ones are usually the ones they charge as much as $19.00 to ship.... it's kind of a scam, but not really, cause you're still getting a strut bar for less than $30.
 

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I got mine for like 12 bux, and 10 to ship, so it wasnt bad. I wouldnt weld the front strut 'pipe' on, maybe for the back strut towers. Just spend the 20-some buxs and get an ebay one.
 

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thanks guys for your imput.
 
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