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Old 06-10-2009, 11:46 PM
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looking for a subframe connector/crossbrace

Hi folks, i want to stiffen up my 70 cougar unibody. Looking for a set of bolt on sub-frame connectors also would be a bonus if i could find a set that has a cross brace/member. Any help would be awesome like pictures or links to products, even pictures of custom jobs. any an all help appreciated

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Old 06-11-2009, 01:34 AM
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Well i think i found a great setup. mustang depot offers a slick system with weld sub frame connectors and a nice bolt in center cross member with d/s loop. PN# TCP-PKG-SFC-O1 Not sure how to order them though. I'm leery of ordering anything i can't see in person. If anyone knows of a similar setup available in Canada let me know.. otherwise i may see if Hotrods an Classics could be a " middle man".

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Old 06-15-2009, 01:29 AM
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new development ! i found a shop that will custom make it for me. Very pleased with price and he's got a great reputation. I call tomorrow to set it up!
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Bolt in sub frame connectors won't do squat. Welded is the only way to go and the more places they are welded, the better.
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hey Crank, yeah exactly ! I read a crap load and looked at many different types and such. This guy i'm going to will weld it in but, he'll build it around drive shaft/my existing 3 inch exhaust. He said he's built many set ups an chassis and he makes them " mechanic friendly " lol sounds like a plan to me.
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