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Old 03-04-2008, 03:10 PM
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can anyone point me to a good universal sub frame connector kit for a 79 firebird,also,if there is straight bolt in kit,that would be what i am looking for,as i do not have a welder,but if need be will just take it in to be done,
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hotchkis makes a very nice pair for the first gen firebird... you don't have to cut the floor.... look around and see if they make a set for your 1979. summit racing, jegs...
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k,willdo,can you tell me if it is weld in or bolt in??
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they have both types
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Summit does have them for a '79 Camaro, found a set for a friend there.
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Johnny, Summit has weld-on and bolt on styles, and it appears you won't have to cut the floor. My friends Camaro is the same as your setup I'm sure.

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