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post #21 of (permalink) Old 10-06-2005
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Originally Posted by greenfieldracin
Ok kool, now is there a difference between the eld on and bolt on ones-i mean besides how they attach- is one better over the other? What brand do u recomend? Thanx
yeah, there's a difference. Weld-in ones are better, and there are all kinds of brands. The cost will vary according to weight and stiffness.

Griggs probably has the best, but they require losing your power seat, and 8 hours of floorpan reconfiguration.

Kenny Brown (IMHO) has the best of the non-invasive sets, and are scalable, you can upgrade them after you get the super subs. They're zinc plated, and lightweight.

Steeda's are well like by a lot of folks, and maximum motorsports are used by lots of folks.

Hans Racecraft hasa new set, and they look really sturdy, and you can use side exhaust with them, but they look heavy.

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