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This is a discussion on bmr sfc within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; I'm looking into some BMR Subframes. Does anyone have these and really like them? Are there any other brands that ...

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    I'm looking into some BMR Subframes. Does anyone have these and really like them? Are there any other brands that are bang for buck? Also, is the boxed subframe or tubular subframe stronger. On bmr's website they say the tubulars have lower ground clearance.

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    I've got BMR Boxed Subframe connectors on my car and they're awesome. Boxed is stronger than tubular. However, with BMR the tubular SFC offers more ground clearance. They say you lose about 3/4 inch ground clearance with the BMR boxed style SFCs.

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