The tubular K-members are usually not as robust as the stock unit for a daily driver, but the UMI Road-Race K is really a nice piece if you decide to go that way. Extra gussets, dual tubular design, etc. It's not quite as light as the others, but I'd trust it on the street more... and you still save like 25lbs.
Get the whole kit from UMI with the upper and lower a-arms with the roto joints. Then you end up saving over 30lbs and have more adjustability in the front end.
__________________ 2002 Blk/Blk Trans Am WS6 A4
TEA Stage 2 LS6 Heads w/62cc Chambers & LS3 Valves | EPS 234/242 111+3 | Johnson Short-Travel Lifters | Manton 11/32 Pushrods | Lunati Trunions | Cometic .040s | Synergy Oil Pump | Rollmaster DR Timing Set | ATI UD 10% | Bosch 52lbs & Racetronix Pump | NGK TR6/Firecore50 Plug Wires | FAST LSXR 102/102 TB | FTP 104 Lid & TSP MAF | Kooks 1-7/8" Headers & 3" True Duals | FLT Level 6 Trans | CircleD 2E 4200 Stall | BeCool Rad | BS Street Lites | See my build list here