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post #61 of 69 (permalink) Old 01-28-2017, 02:01 AM
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Best in terms of what?

Rigidity?
Cost?
Lightweight?
Aesthetics?
Customer Service?
You probably won't get an answer. His original post was from 2006, and his last activity on here was in 2007.
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I just installed a set of Maier's subframe connectors on my '65 vert. They fit perfectly and with the x-brace tying them together, you can eliminate the plate connecting the floor pans to give you a little more room for exhaust.
have any pictures? curious how they fit the verts when they arnt made for them
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have any pictures? curious how they fit the verts when they arnt made for them


I do...somewhere. Let me see if I can find them for you.
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have any pictures? curious how they fit the verts when they arnt made for them

Ok, here are a few pics from various stages. This should give you an idea of the fitment. Not sure if the '69 will be different, but they fit very well on the '65 vert.

Some of the pics are cell phone pics, so sorry if the quality is not the greatest.









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And I'm not sure who told you that they don't make them for verts, but take a look at this link, third listing down under Maier Inc. is the listing for verts.

1965-70 Mustang Subframe Connectors from Mustang Depot | FREE SHIPPING +$100
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thanks for the pictures. here's where it says they dont make them for verts. this must be the Dad's site, not mike's.
Sub Frame Connectors - Maier Racing
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You probably won't get an answer. His original post was from 2006, and his last activity on here was in 2007.
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It happens to many of us one time or another.



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thanks for the pictures. here's where it says they dont make them for verts. this must be the Dad's site, not mike's.
Sub Frame Connectors - Maier Racing
Ahh, that explains it.
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