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Wolfe Race Craft Subframes?

This is a discussion on Wolfe Race Craft Subframes? within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; Has anyone tried them? I'm thinking of getting a set but I would like to hear some testimonals. Thanks...

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    Wolfe Race Craft Subframes?

    Has anyone tried them? I'm thinking of getting a set but I would like to hear some testimonals. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Blown Vert
    Why not go with BMR's?
    Mainly because they are local to me, plus it seems from their other products that they know what they are doing. I was just wondering if anyone had used them.

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    Oh ok...I don't think too many have used them

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    I think I'll give their subframes a try.....and only 5 miles away

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    I noticed Wolf is the only company that sells and installs in-floor subframe connectors. This is by far the best way to go if you are willing to pay the extra.

    The over the counter type work quite well but they connect to the rear control are mounts and not the rear subframe. In-floor is the best way to go for stiffness, as they will connect to the rear subframe. I would talk to Wolf about the install. It means removing interior parts and cutting the floor which might be a little too drastic for some. I did custom subframe and they turned out realy nice. I believe good fabrication work adds value to you car.

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