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Subframe Connectors!!!!

This is a discussion on Subframe Connectors!!!! within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; I was wondering does anyone have a pic of the subframe slp bolt on connectors, while bolted on to the ...

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    Exclamation Subframe Connectors!!!!

    I was wondering does anyone have a pic of the subframe slp bolt on connectors, while bolted on to the vehicle? Im wondering if they are gonna rub, and scrap and then cause interference with vehicle repair etc etc.

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    Josh, I just installed a set onto my WS6, and the entire process will be featured in the March 2008 issue of High Performance Pontiac magazine. You should have no issues to speak of.

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    Awesome. Thanks.

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    Don't get bolt on's...welding is forever. And no...there are no problems with anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky Rotella View Post
    Josh, I just installed a set onto my WS6, and the entire process will be featured in the March 2008 issue of High Performance Pontiac magazine. You should have no issues to speak of.

    how much $$$

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    You can buy them direct from SLP for around $380, but if you shop around, you can find them cheaper.

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    there are pics in another thread, under the suspension and handeling section. There is a thread about bolt on vs. welded.

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    Cool. Thx Again guys

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    Bolt Bolt Bolt!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Either or, I'm getting bolt on for eas of instalation and I realy don't beat that hard on the car.

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    I did bolt on, then weld in. I love the difference in performance, but am pissed off when I have to jack my car up. It keeps the body so straight that I jack up one whole side of the car now instead of just the one wheel. Had to buy a better floor jack


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    Quote Originally Posted by tbaum View Post
    Don't get bolt on's...welding is forever. And no...there are no problems with anything.
    I'm one for the weld on subframe connectors. They are less prone to noise and shifting over time. They really stiffened up the chassis and now the suspension works much better because of them.

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    I couldnt have said it better myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orcus79 View Post
    Either or, I'm getting bolt on for eas of instalation and I realy don't beat that hard on the car.

    Agree. I don't like other people touching my car, and I don't know how to weld.

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    too bad you arent near DE I would weld em for free

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    Welded Welded Welded!!!!!!!!
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    Im going to get these and either the strut tower brace or a torque arm for xmas with the bonus check. Anyone weld these in around here?>??

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    Get weld in ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshieDoom View Post
    Im going to get these and either the strut tower brace or a torque arm for xmas with the bonus check. Anyone weld these in around here?>??
    Strut tower brace is an appearance mod on these cars with the way the suspension is set-up.
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