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Old 07-12-2014, 02:23 PM   #1
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sub frame question for an 82 5.0

if I don't go over say 400 hp. witch will take me some time. will I notice a difference in bolting in a set of grippi sub frame connectors. as apposed to welding them in. I don't have a welder and its technically a "bolt in kit" what say you?
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Yes. Weld in subframe connectors are always a good idea.


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But is it a must. I don't have the equipment or space because I live on a military housing. So I would have to pay someone to do it for me and I don't like that idea.
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I would have them welded in.


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ok that's not so bad thanks man.
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