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super pissed,sfc's poor fit

This is a discussion on super pissed,sfc's poor fit within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by 02transamce 1 pass at a dragstrip on radial tires,no slicks have ever been on this car and ...

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    your parts guy!!! 1fastcamarosss11's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02transamce View Post
    1 pass at a dragstrip on radial tires,no slicks have ever been on this car and it is rarely driven hard.t-tops do not leak at any high pressure car wash i have been to.
    that's the problem right there. high pressure car wash. that did it.


    just kidding, get those umi's tonight.

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    i would like to,but that's not in the budget till feb.checked out umi's website and i noticed their tubular sfc bolts on at the lca mount,i think it would be a good time to do the lca and panhard rod also,damn this is gonna cost some $$$$. LOL

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    UMI is what I have, bolt-in 2 point SFC's. Fit's perfect. And I would install them at the control arm first before you bolt it under the body in the front.

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    Thanks I am definately getting umi.
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    I am sorry to hear about your bad luck. Get you some that will fit better and you will feel better about. Lets try to keep this thread a technical thread though, why don't you start a thread in the classifieds if you are going to sell them. It will get better traffic in there for a potential sale too. Good luck with your next purchase

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    No problem,kinda meant that as a joke about selling the sfc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sommer86@6LE View Post
    My 2pt. UMI's fit like a glove.
    Mine fit like a glove to


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    Great to hear everyone is happy with the fit and finish of our SFC's

    If anyone has any questions please feel free to contact us.

    Thanks again!
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    I have all UMI and Spohn suspension parts and both companies make.a great product. I would go UMI since their prices are better.
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    my umi 3 pt fit like a glove.......took about 1/2 hr to install

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    Quote Originally Posted by marksls1ta View Post
    UMI is a great fit and they back there product with pride.

    They are also made of high quality material and made in the USA.

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    My UMI torque arm relocation crossmember fit like poop. I had to enlarge every mounting hole on that thing to get it to fit. Didn't get any help from them other than them assuring me I did something wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjsingle1 View Post
    my umi 3 pt fit like a glove.......took about 1/2 hr to install
    Great to hear... and a 1/2 to install is pretty impressive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    My UMI torque arm relocation crossmember fit like poop. I had to enlarge every mounting hole on that thing to get it to fit. Didn't get any help from them other than them assuring me I did something wrong.


    Sorry to see you had trouble with the mounting. Give Ryan at UMI a call to see if they have had any problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marksls1ta View Post
    Sorry to see you had trouble with the mounting. Give Ryan at UMI a call to see if they have had any problem.

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    Thanx but this was over and done with a few years ago. I now have a $250 paperweight tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    My UMI torque arm relocation crossmember fit like poop. I had to enlarge every mounting hole on that thing to get it to fit. Didn't get any help from them other than them assuring me I did something wrong.
    That surprises me. Mine fit perfect and took about an hour to install once the car was in the air.

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    Sphons in mine,,,fit great,,,I have other Sphon devices in my ride too and all of them fit and perfrom great.

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    Let us know how the next set fit. First thought I had was something in the unibody got tweeked, but bad parts do get out from time to time.

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    Like many others have said UMI SFCs work great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjsingle1 View Post
    my umi 3 pt fit like a glove.......took about 1/2 hr to install
    Bolt-on or welded?

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    bolt on of course

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