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    Would this work on our cars?


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    It looks better than the Weltmeister, but there are better designs available from Elephant and another I can't remember. TRE has that 2nd one for sale. The prices would be similar if you factor shipping from Germany, I'm sure.

    Now the question is, is it the real deal? For the novelty, it would be a decent buy, IMHO. Are you going to bid?

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    It's the same as a RUF brace which itself is a copy of the RSR brace. Both require welding.

    Carl Bauer

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    Originally posted by ej11hhf
    It's the same as a RUF brace which itself is a copy of the RSR brace. Both require welding.

    Carl Bauer
    And that, folks, should take care of the question as to whether to buy it or not.

    Best,

    Tom
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