Subframe Brace for Vauxhall Corsa D Models including VXR
This subframe brace fits between the left and right sections of the front subframe. Vauxhall fit one as standard but it’s not up to the job, being only 2mm thick it can be bent by hand!
This brace bar is made from solid 10mm thick stainless steel bar so it will never ever rust. Its re-fitted with the bolts you remove for the stock brace, and fitting is very easy, not even requiring the undertray to be removed. It instantly secures both sides of the subframe to prevent them flexing inwards during hard cornering, and better maintains the wheel alignment.
A very simple and worthwhile addition to your Corsa.
• The material used is Stainless steel 304 grade, the size is 1” x 3/8 “
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