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Old 06-25-2012, 08:46 AM   #1
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Has anybody ever made their own sub frame connectors? I was just curious.
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Has anybody ever made their own sub frame connectors? I was just curious.
Talk to dreamstang he made some pretty wicked ones.
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Yes. I have made a couple.
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Yes. I have made a couple.
Super clean car man.
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Yes. I have made a couple.
That's cool. I figured u could but I just wanted to make sure.
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The only difficult part is they need a bend to clear the floor pan. At least on the fox they do. And be sure to taper the front and back incase you bottom out.
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Yes. I have made a couple.
Couple picks of dream fabbin up my subframes...and yes the taper is a must..
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Couple picks of dream fabbin up my subframes...and yes the taper is a must..
Haha. Yupper that's me!
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Re: sub frame connectors

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