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2point vs 3 point subframe connectors?

This is a discussion on 2point vs 3 point subframe connectors? within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; I have the SLP 3 point bolt-in's on my t-top '01 Z28. I love the difference that they made. As ...

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    I have the SLP 3 point bolt-in's on my t-top '01 Z28. I love the difference that they made. As far as the 2 points go, I can't really say, but I went with the "more is better" philosophy on this. It just seems to me that the triangulated mounting would be more structurally sound than the 2 point, but I could be wrong- I'm not an engineer. LOL

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