Re: Subframe connectors GB in full effizzect!
#1154344 - 01/25/06 06:26 PM
Originally posted by Tourige: drive on lift, i believe steve knows what he is talking about.
Here's what Stazi had to say about it:
"They're pretty good (the SHO Shop and now svt4stv's copy of them). Yes you DO need to have the car on a drive on lift otherwise how can you get to the frame rails? The regular adjustable lift s pick up the car by the frame rails."
"Seeing as the car will always drive around with weight on the wheels, you would think that the braces should be welded in with the car in the most "natural" position, i.e. as it would be driving diwn the road, and that would be accomplished by lifting it by the wheels on a DRIVE ON LIFT - not by lifting it by jacking each wheel up seprately. Most exhaust shops use those drive on lifts.
The thought process in the quote you sent me, defies engineering logic."