UMI 2001-B 93-02 F-Body Tubular Subframe Connectors Weld-In,Black
This tubular set-up tucks tight against the floor causing no ground clearance loss and can not be seen from the side of the vehicle. This weld-in only set-up ties the front and rear steel subframes together resulting in a stiffened and strengthened chassis. Subframe connectors improve your car's handling ability while reducing t-top squeaks, dash rattles and quarter panel flexing, designed for auto-cross, road race as well as drag race set-ups. By connecting the front and rear subframes together this allows better weight transfer for improved traction and straighter launches.
- Constructed of 1.750” x 0.120” DOM Mild Steel Tubing
- Front mounting points feature 0.250” Thick Mild Steel Mounting Plates
- Mounting Plates Feature Precision CNC Machining to ensure tolerances
- Tubular design allows for a tighter fit against the vehicles under carriage
- Uses rear control arm mount for increased strength and ensures proper installation
- MIG Welded Construction
- Supplied with Brilliant Durable Powder Coat Finish
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 10 business days for UMI Performance to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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