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It looks like there are two price-points for replacement strut rods. New/NOS are running
about $52 while repros are running about $20. NPD has t new ones,
Laurel Mountain has the repros and Mustangs Unlimited has both.

Any opinions on repro vs. NOS from a functionality standpoint? Originality is
not an issue for me on this job.

Rich
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NOS is a better quality part. I've ordered the repros before and NOS is better IMO.

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If you are referring to the repro '69 strut rods we stopped carrying them years ago. Long story, but we weren't happy with the quality.

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That's kind of what I thought. I don't think I want to take chances with light
duty repro parts on something like this. If the factory rods can get bent
I can only imagine what would happen with repros. It's off to the NPD catalog
for me!

Rich
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