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  1. Classic Talk
    Hello all you former perts. I have a question about these bolt-on subframe connectors that I'm hoping one of you experts can answer. I know that welding is the best way to go, but it's not an option for me right now. With that being said, I got these subframe connectors a couple years ago...
  2. East Central
    Any recommendations on good shops in south eastern wisconsin, particularly in the Milwaukee area to have my subframes installed? I am looking for one with a "drive on" lift, as i read thats the best way to do it. Thanks!
  3. 5.0L Tech
    Just want ed to post a quick question on sub frame connectors. Im looking to get a set under $200 and wanted to know y'alls opinion. Im looking at bbk units because I could bolt them in initially then have them welded in. Or I could make my own seeing as that I have some 2x3in .120 wall square...
  4. 4.6L Tech
    Hey guys, I have a 2003 Mustang GT which is currently stock except for Flowmaster mufflers and K&N air filter which were installed by the previous owner. I just ordered the Eibach Pro System Plus kit (springs, shocks, and sway bars). Also planning to do subframe connectors with the Eibach kit...
  5. 2011-2014 Mustang Talk
    Hi. I just installed a supercharger on my 2011 convertible GT and am now thinking about getting full-length subframe connectors. Is this a good idea? Can anybody recommend a place in the northwest suburbs of Chicago that I can trust to install/weld them correctly? Thanks for the advice.
  6. 4.6L Tech
    I have a 96 GT convertible and I'm thinking about installing subframe connectors. Here's my question: 1) Since a convertible is already less structurally sound than a coupe due to the removal of the roof, will the subframe connectors make a huge difference in the stiffness of the chassis...
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