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weld in full lengths always worked well in my foxbody stangs. too bad you werent out here in CA. we just had a shop open up called F.O.D. fabrication on demand where they are doing custom built weld in through the floor t-bar connectors installed for $280 parts+labor.
Those are the ones I ended up ordering, but with the powder coating.
Cool i'm just going to paint mine to match the rest of the underneath of my car that's why I bought the bare ones going to be red of course.....
I'm going to start making some changes to the car for 2012 going to be putting all new bushings,ball joints in the front end new B coil springs set of 4 new cc plates and bump steer kit and new MM full length sub frame connectors! For 2013 going to be putting on an original cobra upper/lower intake,1.7 crane roller rocker,cobra valve covers the original black ones gt40 heads,new headers and high flow cats h-pipe ! I feel it's time, trying to be tasteful with the car no over kill, keeping ford original parts on car adding another 40-50hp...
Wow, that's a lot of man hours spent prettying up something that nobody will ever see... I applaud your attention to detail!
'89 GT, 5-speed, (because it's boring when the car does it FOR you), freshly rebuilt engine and tranny, GT-40 heads, Performer upper and lower intake, 130 amp alternator, K&N, alternator upgrade with Taurus fan, DCC fan control, subframes, Cobra R 17X9's.
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