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Has anyone used these sub frame connectors from CJ Pony Parts? I was initially leaning towards Competition Engineering's connectors but these look almost identical. I am curious about the strength of both connectors. I will use bolt ons and then weld them in place. Any thoughts?

Competition Engineering:
Competition Engineering C3140 - Competition Engineering Bolt-On Frame Connectors - Overview - SummitRacing.com


CJ Pony Parts:
MUSTANG SUB FRAME CONNECTOR BOLT-ON PAIR COUPE/FASTBACK 1965-1970
 

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I installed them on my car, (from CJ Pony). They went on very easy. I bolted and weld them on. They are thick enough for a road car. If you have dual exhaust, they will not be in the way.

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Greg - You are satisfied with them? Do you think they are in fact strong enough to do what they are suppose to do? Do you see any down side to them?

Thanks - John
 

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I went with tinman sub frame connectors. They look stock once painted and hug the floorpan.
That's what I went with. There's a thread I did on here about them.
 

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Well, I ended up ordering the tinman sub frame connectors with the matching driveshaft loop. They seem to be good quality and not to bad to install. Thanks to all for your input.

Take care,
John
 
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