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Old 03-30-2010, 10:47 PM   #1
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Are there an true bolt in subframe connectors? I want to put a set on my 95 vert but dont want to weld anything because of its low miles
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UMI makes a nice kit
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We just put a set on my car from UMI. They fit perfectly, and are simple to install. Took longer to get the car on jackstands than it took bolt them up.
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Thanks for the compliments everyone

Like mentioned our set-up is 100% bolt in, they require no cutting, grinding or drilling. They use existing holes already in the chassis and we supply you with all the hardware needed.

Here is the bolt on set-up- www.umiperformance.com/2027

If you have any questions please ask. Thanks!

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Correct me if I am wrong, but it looks like these bolt-in connectors could be welded in at a later date if desired, correct?
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yes. also my understanding
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No, if you're going to do that, go with the 2026 with bolt-in hardware, and weld-in later -- you get more weld points!

Much better to weld in the first place, that's what I'm doing on both my SS & RS...

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Correct me if I am wrong, but it looks like these bolt-in connectors could be welded in at a later date if desired, correct?
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All of our bolt in SFC's can be welded at a later date.

Like mentioned if you plan on welding them then we recommend these with the bolt in hardware option- www.umiperformance.com/2026
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