[DML] Re: Houston Server Down? ("Front Strut Bar" Question)
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[DML] Re: Houston Server Down? ("Front Strut Bar" Question)

This is actually 100% my baby. I came up with this product from 
scratch and had several designs for it. Marty had a design idea for 
it while I was working on them, but it would have been more 
expensive to market. After I started making the bars and Marty drove 
in my car with it he felt the difference and decided to make a "one 
off" from his design to see how it worked. I think that says 
something about my product that Marty noticed a difference and 
decided to make his own version of it and it works. I respect Marty 
very much and for him to do that, it was a great complement to my 

I have sold over 100 of these with only 1 buyer who was skeptical on 
it. I will take that kind of satisfaction any day. To me no matter 
what a person may or may not think, unless you actually try it out 
you will never know what kind of difference it would make. Sometimes 
things may surprise you. 

Like I always mention on dmctalk I am very grateful for the people 
who took the chance with my product and loved it. You guys really 
made it what it is today. You can purchase a strut bar through 
either Dave Swingle at DMCMW or Don Steger at DMCC. DCS08 is right 
around the corner and these will be readily available. I can assist 
in the installation on site if I am available at the time. 


Peter Kuchan    

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tom Tait" <TTait@...> wrote:
> I believe this version of the strut bar started as Marty Maier 
from St.
> Louis built and developed a prototype one for his car.  Then Joe 
> Peter Kuchan simplified the design and made them a viable bolt-on
> product.  About a year ago(?) Dave at DMCMW started selling the 
> product.  (I apologize in advance if I have over simplified the
> development of this product and missed someone.)

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