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Postby junkman306 » December 12th, 2014, 2:11 pm

Subframe connectors? Anyone ever use them?
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Re: Laurel Mountain Mustang

Postby CraigB » December 12th, 2014, 2:24 pm

I've only had one car with sub-frame connectors and they where there when I bought the car. I will say it was one of the better handling Foxes I had though.
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Re: Laurel Mountain Mustang

Postby gcomfx » December 12th, 2014, 4:16 pm

I bought mine from Blue Oval back in the day. Don't think they offer them any more. I would just make sure they have the seat cross brace on them.

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http://laurelmountainmustang.com/produc ... connectors

Wow... I think I paid $65 for the same thing, plus they were powdercoated. We just had to grind off where we were welding, then paint that section.
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Re: Laurel Mountain Mustang

Postby junkman306 » December 12th, 2014, 7:33 pm

Maximum Motorsports is $150 and that's what everyone says to use. I'm too cheap. There's some laurel mountains ones in golden city, but I never go that way. Decisions decisions.
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Re: Laurel Mountain Mustang

Postby Nexus » December 12th, 2014, 7:44 pm

I have them on the TA, and I will never own a 3rd gen firebird/camaro without them now. Its amazing how much better the car handles and how more "solid" it feels
I keep thinking to put them on the 2014 but never quite get around to it.
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Re: Laurel Mountain Mustang

Postby 5bites » December 13th, 2014, 2:50 am

Nexus wrote: I keep thinking to put them on the 2014 but never quite get around to it.



It'll just add weight.
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Re: Laurel Mountain Mustang

Postby Nexus » December 15th, 2014, 10:34 am

not really concerned about weight. After getting a adjustable suspension in the 05 I had and how well it handled. I am coming a bit addicted to fine handling vehicles. That said the 14 handles fine (not great..but fine) so really thats why I never get around to do it (the old 05 handled like a brick on wheels)
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