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SFC's boxed or tubular?

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    SFC's boxed or tubular?

    Which is better?

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    good question

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    I've heard that boxed are better...but I think it also highly depends on whether they are weld or bolt-ons, whether they have cross bracing, how snugly they fit up into the car, what material they are made of, etc.....

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    Boxed>tubular
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