Cusco Rear Strut Tower Bar -Forester

CUS 692 541 A Type OS

Cusco Rear Strut Tower Brace for 2014-17 Foresters 

Trimming of interior required.

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$201.00

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Cusco makes high quality components in Japan.  These are engineered to perform.  Nice bolt-on addition to your Forester to make a bit more rigid.

This is the Type OS and comes with Blue Endpieces. You do need to trim the interior panels around your REAR strut tops in order to fit.

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Rally ProvenHelps hold the rear end together
AluminumExtra strong
Up-GradedGood Design
Extremely Ruggedyep
No Drilling!Bolts on fairly easy
Simple InstallationTrimming of interior bits required
Manufactured inJapan

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