Rogue Engineering Rear Shock Tower Plates
Warning: If you are not competent or do not feel comfortable doing any of these modifications or procedures, then please do not do so. I will not be held responsible for any damages caused by a result of your actions. Now on to the fun stuff!
When Ben from Rogue Engineering contacted me about reviewing this new product, I was interested to see what these were all about.
Since I already have a procedure for changing rear shock mounts (RSMs) and reinforcement plates I will just give some impressions.
You may note that the GC plates I had were a horseshoe type of design which really does not provide the reinforcement that the factory Z3 plates do. So, I had been running the Z3 plates with the GC semi-circular plates on top of them to get the advantages of both. The Rogue plate provides both.
Update [05.12.04]: Install was a snap, just drop them in after pulling back the carpet. The inner diameter of the plate is just a touch larger than the Z3 plates. I imagine this wouldn't cause too much of a problem, but they are about twice as thick as the Z3 plates. The coating on the Z3 plates looks very similar to that of these plates.
You can find more information about these plates on Rogue
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