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chuck w seat braces for subframe connectors - $70
andrewjs18 Offline
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first, kudos to Chuck W for open sourcing his design!

I had 20 sets of these made. They're made from 11 gauge steel - the guy who cut and bent them for me had an abundance of 11 gauge steel available. The small radius cut next to the notch in the one seat brace denotes that it's for the passenger side.


$70 shipped via USPS priority mail. Paypal friends & family or add a few bucks for fees!


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Kuch Offline
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Are these the subframe connectors, or just a seat brace. This is the first time I have seen these. Thanks
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andrewjs18 Offline
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Kuch Wrote:Are these the subframe connectors, or just a seat brace. This is the first time I have seen these. Thanks

Hi,

Sorry for the delay in responding! These are just the seat braces that weld to the subframe connectors. A lot of people use 2X2 square tubing, I believe, to make their subframe connectors.
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andrewjs18 Offline
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Here's a pretty good video of maximum motorsport subframe connectors with seat braces being installed on a fox body mustang...the mustang stuff is slightly different than ours:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhRETBALi10
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