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SFC'S BMR or SLP's

This is a discussion on SFC'S BMR or SLP's within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; I've done alot of reading but haven't found any direct answers to my questions. My bird's lowered about 1-1.5 inches, ...

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    Question SFC'S BMR or SLP's

    I've done alot of reading but haven't found any direct answers to my questions. My bird's lowered about 1-1.5 inches, and i have LT's (not installed yet).
    The SLP looks to be stronger but im worried about them working with the LT's and Y-pipe, and also worried about ground clearance.
    I already scrape my nose if i don't pull in my driveway right.
    BMR has a low clearance tubular pair that should work fine for me. Is the three point SFC that much better than the two point? Will the SLP's work without being too much of a problem?

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    good ass question.....i also would like to know the answer to this

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    Yea, ive spent hours reading and shopping and have came up with more questions that found answers. Just don't know if i'm worrying over nothing, don't wana spend the extra buck if its gona hit the ground all the time, and cause me to cut my new pipes

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    site sponsor, j&m have them for a very reasonable price.

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    Guess BMR's the safe bet for now. Think ill hold off a week or two and hope for some info to get posted. Thanks

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    i have BMR weld in ones.......perfect fit...they tuck right up so u cant see them .....and not an expensive piece....welll made

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    The tubular bmr's are gonna give you probably more ground clearance for ur lowered ride and no problems with the long tubes. The three point and the tubulars are close as far as strength. Ask J&M about ground and header clearance with their 3 point connectors. They might give you a good deal.

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    Just ordered the 2 point tubular connectors the other day, finally found some pic's of installed 2 and 3 point sfc's. Didn't want to make any more ground clearance problems.
    Thanks

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    Guess I was a day late.

    These fit so snug under my car, you can't even see them unless you get up underneath it. It's ideal for anyone who is lowered and does not want to lose anymore ground clearance.

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