Just got some subframe connectors fabbed

Discussion in '1974 - 1978 Mustang II Talk & Tech' started by 1badII, Dec 4, 2003.


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    Much better. Just about all rattles and squeeks are gone, and the car just feels a whole lot more solid. :nice:
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    I'd love to settle down if I could afford it.
    Got any pics?
    I should really get around to designing some one of these days :rolleyes:
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    I'm planning on getting it up on a rack this Saturday, I'll take a couple of pics then. The place that did them did a good job, low profile. You have to get down to the ground to see them.
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    How much did they cost? Was it cheaper than buying the ones on eBay?
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    $16 for the steel to build them for myself. and I had lots of steel left over
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    They charged me $175 materials and labor.

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