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Old 06-10-2009, 02:39   #1 (permalink)
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sub frame connectors

i have a 93 lx 5.0 convertible and it seems to be loose on bumps and handling, will sub connectors help correct this since it is a unibody? which subframe connectors are the best?...thxs
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Re: sub frame connectors

Not sure what you mean by loose.Does the car make a noise when you go over a speed bump?

These are the guys to use with any fox-body suspension part. Subframe connectors will help to stiffen the car, a strut tower brace will help too.Maximum has a really nice strut tower brace that uses the pinch welds allong the firewall instead of drilling through the firewall like most designs. Maximum Motorsports :: The Leader In Mustang Performance Suspension
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Re: sub frame connectors

yes it does make noise when you hit bump and the car seems to sway when i hit decent bumps, am having 3.73 gears put it next week by CRT performance here in ohio, also performance valve body in the aod tranny, now i am going to have them put in subconnectors and tower brace also, which is best full lenght or standard subconnectors?....thxs
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Re: sub frame connectors

I'd do the black powder coated standard ones.
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