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SR preformance full length sub frame connectors

SR Performance Mustang Full Length Subframe Connectors 2155B86 (79-04 All) - Free Shipping Has anyone tried these if so how were they. I was thinking of getting these installed with my c/c plates. Are they a good choice.


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They are not the best and really aren't a true full length but they will be better than none. It's hard to beat the price. Thing about subframe connectors is you really only get to do them once so you better do it them right the first time.

I understand being on a budget so I won't sway you away from them but I ALWAYS recommend maximum motorsports subframe connectors.


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I know I want them but I cant afford the 200 dollar price tag and then turn around and pay to have them installed my little arc welder wont cut it for these

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My dad and I welded my MM subframe connectors with an arc welder. Took awhile but well worth it.

I got MMs for $120 from CJ pony parts. They had them on sale. They were th bare metal so I just had to paint them but oh well.

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its not a heavy welder 90amp id love just to do it myself but its most likely going to be stronger with a professional welder

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I'll have to look at my dads welder but I do believe it goes higher than 90.

Good luck. Like I said, they will improve the chassis but it's a one and done thing so be ok with your choice.

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Thanks you all have yet to steer me wrong
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