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  1. 2004 E46 325ti - SPR Strut Brace 
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    Do you reckon this would be any good?

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

    It's cheaper than similar design items I've seen like the Rogue Engineering strut brace thats 3 times the price..

    I emailed the seller and he said it's made by a company called SPR who I've never heard of and can't find any relevent info on..

    I know the design of the strut brace with the non-pivoting solid mountings is normally the most effective and want something to tighten up my front end handling..
    E46 325ti Sport
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    Looks nice enough. Don't forget, you'll need the M3 strut top nuts (6 of them); the M3 ones are deeper than the standard ones (which won't be able to grab enough thread with the strut brace in the way). The part number is 31316769731.

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