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DC2R Rear Strut


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    Smile DC2R Rear Strut

    Hey guys, was wondering if anyone can give me the height of a type r rear strut, cos I have a sub mounted in the back of my vti-r and was wondering whether it'd fit over it. Some measurements of the length of the slope of the bar would be nice too.

    Cheers!

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    Will fit without probs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tai View Post
    Will fit without probs
    how do you know, have you seen his sub?

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    I dont, and no

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tai View Post
    I dont, and no

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    mines 24cm to the underside of the strut. but depends how think your wood floor is in your boot.

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    http://imgur.com/FMjfB
    Just to be clear, the arrow indicating the height which I'm trying to find out

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    it cam to about 10cm thats how much the opening is from the bottem to the underside

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTI-RRR View Post
    it cam to about 10cm thats how much the opening is from the bottem to the underside
    Thanks alot mate!

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