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Old 08-24-2013, 12:06 AM   #1
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Whats the difference between these 2

I'm about to order subframes but can't decided between the MM and SVE ones .. They look so similar , similar welds.. MM is 30 bucks more ..

MM top
SVE bottom ..

Or should I go with the SR full length they are on clearance for like 80 bucks ..



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Definitely don't go SR, for the others id say go with the cheaper.
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Definitely don't go SR, for the others id say go with the cheaper.
SVE ones ?
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If they look like the same quality then go the cheaper one.

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SVE ones ?
yes
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I have the SVE ones on my fox, and I have no complaints. Welds are all clean and smooth, not boogered up at all. I like them.
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