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This is a discussion on suspension within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; i was thinking of getting sub frame connectors but not sure if i should get bolt on , or weld ...

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    i was thinking of getting sub frame connectors but not sure if i should get bolt on , or weld on witch do u all think is better

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    Boxed weld in SFC are going to be the most popular answer, and for good reason.
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    hows the clearance with the boxed ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirenformula350 View Post
    hows the clearance with the boxed ones?
    Perfectly fine

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    i just put in the UMI Performance weld in 3 point tube and LOVE them !!!

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    How hard is it to install the bolt on subframe connecters?
    I would rather do those because you could always return the car to stock.

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    Not hard at all. you can install the whole thing in about 3 hours by yourself. that is taking it slow making sure its all lined up and tight. The nice thing about the bolt in you can weld them in too if you really like them.

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    what brand is the best . so many to chose from. my bran hurts

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    Price, performance & fit? Go with UMI! I have their tubular bolt-on on my car, and you can have them powder coated in a color of your choice.

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