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12-03-2003 01:49 PM
Rubberman2003 Thanks for the site, im hoping to to just the ones that go underneath the car, not the ones are inside also, if that makes sense.
12-03-2003 09:29 AM
astroracer Go here and look at this...
granted it's on Mustang but the process and end results are the same...
12-03-2003 09:19 AM
Frame Question.

On my 84 Z28, its a unibody. I want to make subframe connectors for it. Im not exactly sure where to connect them. I know i need to tie the frame together. But what im wanting to know is, if i can get some underbody pics, can you all help me figure our where they need to go for sure? Thanks

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