Our basic strut braces are available in a choice of single bar and triangulated styles. These basic strut braces are an excellent and economic solution for reducing strut tower flex.
Our more sophisticated QuickChange Strut Brace System may be of interest if you seeking additional features.
Triangulation bests the single bar braces by increasing rigidity. Traditional braces tie strut towers together force them to move in parallel, sharing the cornering force of the loaded tire over both towers to reduce flex. Triangulation locks the towers rigidly in place to maintain camber settings – even through high G corners.
Made from sturdy aluminum tubing our braces are tapered and terminated with quality rod-end fittings for precise alignment, adjustability and rigidity. Adjustable pre-load allows you to dial in a bit of extra camber if desired. All required mounting hardware is included.
Fit and finish make these braces as attractive as they are functional. They bolt on easily. '78 to '89 cars require one hole to be drilled for the triangulated brace. Cars prior to '78 already have the hole in place.
Read the Triangulation tech topic to see why we outperform all other braces.
|Part No.||OEM Equivalent||Fit||Configuration|
|2030900||'66 - '89||Triangulated Strut Brace|
|2040900||'66 - '89||Basic Strut Brace|