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jimmysidecarr
06-28-2004, 02:31 PM
Houston area installers of full length sub frame connectors.
Who would you recommend?
Remember how much?
Happy with the work?

No they are not here yet.... A few weeks away, at least(Global West).... so I have time.
Thanks!!!
Jimmy :thumbsup:

bluethunder
06-28-2004, 02:35 PM
I had mine done at Bumbera's Performance Associates On Highway 6 and I-10.
Was Around $100.00 and he even added some extra work to it to stiff'n it up a little More.
Most Go to Jeff Gee @ Gee Force Performance, But He has been hard to get ahold of Lately!

It took Kenny and his guys less than an hour to install them. Their Number is- 281-493-9300.

jimmysidecarr
06-28-2004, 02:41 PM
I had mine done at Bumbera's Performance Associates On Highway 6 and I-10.
Was Around $100.00 and he even added some extra work to it to stiff'n it up a little More.
Most Go to Jeff Gee @ Gee Force Performance, But He has been hard to get ahold of Lately!

It took Kenny and his guys less than an hour to install them. Their Number is- 281-493-9300.


Thanks!! I wonder If there is any up here in pine tree heaven(1960 area)???

John Chingasos
06-28-2004, 03:20 PM
Went with Jeff Gee

250$

Custom Fabricated Full Legth Sub Frame Connectors with Seat Support
and Installed my Strut tower brace and yes he can be alittle hard to get a hold off. His shop is 290 and Gessner. Pretty happy so far.....only had the subframes for about 1 week before stang bang

Firme
06-28-2004, 06:30 PM
I went with Jeff Gee cutom subframes, $200 installed (without the seat support like John got on the 93, since jeff said the SN-95+ don't really need them)

He is on 290 and Gessner like John said.

My other choice would have been the Maximum Motorsports Full SFC welded in by Jeff Gee.

msmap
06-28-2004, 07:20 PM
full length maximum motorsports done by Slater's in Humble :thumbsup:

Andy M
06-28-2004, 07:22 PM
Bumbera's is one of the best in town, but there are certainly others as well.

Just make SURE that whoever does it knows what they are doing?!! The car MUST be sitting on its suspension with its full weight on the wheels.... and it must be level BEFORE they begin welding. And of course, make sure they pull the cables off of the battery so you don't fry the electronics. :eek: