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This is a discussion on T-top flex!!! within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; OK guys, so for the average driver like me, that doesn't track race but I do like to go through ...

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    OK guys, so for the average driver like me, that doesn't track race but I do like to go through the gears, would these be appropriate??? http://www.ws6project.com/user_stor/...oducts_id=1235

    I have absolutely no plans to ever race this car. It's basically a weekend cruiser for me.

    Thanks.

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    I went with the UMI boxed weld in subframe connetors. They also work great for a jacking point. Just one thing tho....Make sure that your body isnt already twisted before you have them welded in, take it to a body shop and have them check it/ straighten it before other wise it will pull to the passenger side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xzaero0 View Post
    I went with the UMI boxed weld in subframe connetors. They also work great for a jacking point. Just one thing tho....Make sure that your body isnt already twisted before you have them welded in, take it to a body shop and have them check it/ straighten it before other wise it will pull to the passenger side.
    I assume you want all the weight on the wheels just like when it's on the ground before attaching, that would make sense anyway. If it doesn't pull now, it shouldn't after welding in then.

    My plan was to just run the front end up on ramps and then jack stands under the rear. Should work good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckie669 View Post
    Personal preference?

    From what I read they are a bitch to keep tightened down.
    Just use grade 8 hardware and get the loctite that requires you to heat it up to remove it. That crap wont go anywhere.

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