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San Antonio Fab Subframe Connectors

Postby Nocash » Fri Dec 09, 2011 1:39 am

Anyone try these yet? Alston is sold out of H-body subframe connectors so i found these guys.

http://www.southsanantoniofab.com/catal ... 283014.htm
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Re: San Antonio Fab Subframe Connectors

Postby monzajer » Fri Dec 09, 2011 8:22 am

Nocash, did a lil search and found this thread.

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q= ... z4MIX0kOJw

There have been several members that have made and/or installed different configurations of connectors. Maybe they will chime in.

cheers, jer :mrgreen:
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Re: San Antonio Fab Subframe Connectors

Postby res0o7eb » Tue Dec 13, 2011 3:04 am

I bought a set, but have not put them on yet.
They are very solidly built with some excellent welding.
I'll try to get some good pictures of one mocked up on(under) my 1980 Formula Sunbird within a couple of weeks.
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Re: San Antonio Fab Subframe Connectors

Postby thefatguy » Mon Dec 19, 2011 2:02 pm

i put a set in ( it was the first thing we bought for the car after we got it. ) and although they do hang down a bit, i dont mind the look. and they definately made a difference in the way the doors shut, and the cars attitude as you jack it up. seems like a win-win to me, especially since the guy who sold them to me hella hooked me up on the shipping-usually i would pay 3-5 times what he charged for ups. ( we are in honolulu hawaii ). as i said, win-win. i highly recommend them !
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Re: San Antonio Fab Subframe Connectors

Postby Nocash » Mon Dec 19, 2011 2:54 pm

thefatguy wrote:i put a set in ( it was the first thing we bought for the car after we got it. ) and although they do hang down a bit, i dont mind the look. and they definately made a difference in the way the doors shut, and the cars attitude as you jack it up. seems like a win-win to me, especially since the guy who sold them to me hella hooked me up on the shipping-usually i would pay 3-5 times what he charged for ups. ( we are in honolulu hawaii ). as i said, win-win. i highly recommend them !



Thanx for posting! I just ordered some yesterday!
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Re: San Antonio Fab Subframe Connectors

Postby my79monza » Mon Feb 20, 2012 11:49 pm

res0o7eb wrote:I bought a set, but have not put them on yet.
They are very solidly built with some excellent welding.
I'll try to get some good pictures of one mocked up on(under) my 1980 Formula Sunbird within a couple of weeks.



Speaking of a Sunbird what are you going to do for a rear valance?

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