DOM Shock Tower Brace
Increase The Handling Capabilities Of The 4th Generation GM F-Body CarUnder a heavy load, like when cornering or bottoming out your front suspension, your shock towers will physically move. This movement is called deflection, and deflection cause a lot of nightmares. Shock deflection can cause severe vehicle handling issues, especially when cornering, and it can also cause physical damage to your vehicle if it is sever enough. BMR has developed these shock tower braces for 4th generation GM F-Body vehicles. The heavy duty tubular construction helps prevent shock deflection under load, and will stabilize your vehicle's front end. No 4th generation Camaro or Firebird should be without the shock tower brace, on or off the track. Features
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