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Old 09-13-2018, 08:21 PM
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Hey Guys, I just purchased a set of MWC subframe connectors from a member on here and was just on their sight and it mentioned slight massaging for clearance...can anyone with these SFC elaborate and possibly show pics?

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Old 09-13-2018, 08:40 PM
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mine needed no massaging
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The only massaging mine needed were the front rails were bent from years of repeatedly jacking and bending. I added some tabs to get more contact. Also I bent the fuel and brake lines a little to keep away from rubbing. The more you weld on them the more you will notice too.
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My front rails were the same as mentioned as above. Bent from years of jacking. I got them as straight as I could. The rear floor pan touches mine but didnít really need to be massaged. I could probably weld them here also, but I didnít feel like pulling carpet out of the way and such. Just welding the front and rear really made a huge difference. And I went from a set of 3pt UMI connectors. Not that the UMI stuff wasnít good, they worked well, but mwc mice made a bigger difference in feel imo.
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