Can I just jack up the car and put jack stands under suspention to simulate the car being on the ground then weld them up, or is more involved?
Also on a mustang did you have to remove your fuel line?
I also have Global West and love them. The best install method is to put all four wheels on wheel ramps on a flat surface. You don't want to have the unibody tweaked in any way when these are welded in.
I've got Maier racing subframe connectors, they work pretty well, don't know where TCP's mount, but for all out strenth its best to not have them only mount to the rear of the front floor support because the floor support is pretty week and could slightly push the floor up if the car launches really hard....just my 2 cents for ya.
So tell me this, do the subframe connectors connect under the frame rails or to the side of the frame rails?
Inside the rails or outside the frame rails?
I have a tube bender so I think I'll make my own, I just need to know how they are designed and mount up.
If you go to my Galeforce Zephyrs website (a English ford ) I have an article on a set I bent up for my car.It's a macpherson strut front and leaf rear.The article is in the side bar.The site will come up in Google.
It a job worth doing and they make great jacking points.The down side to round tube is welding brackets to it in some places.However you can bend it to follow the contour of the underside of the car.