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Thread: Tubular K-Member (Round 2)

  1. #16
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    I'm interested in 2.

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    I'm interested.

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    Im in for one but I was under the impression that the only thing that wouldn't work is the sway bar for some reason? Also has anyone ever made a rear sub frame out of tubular steel?
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    Interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davec73 View Post
    Im in for one but I was under the impression that the only thing that wouldn't work is the sway bar for some reason? Also has anyone ever made a rear sub frame out of tubular steel?
    ...Not sure why you'd think the sway bar wouldn't work....This uses all stock suspension components without modification.

    Also rear tubular arms and tubular rear subframe are in the works.....

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    Alright guys....it seems like there is enough interest to get the ball rolling again. Let me tool up my equipment again and I'll get started on a small batch run. A new thread will be started when it comes time to get in line.

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    I will take one have cash in hand. Would be a huge+ if you could drop the motor 1/2-2" what ever you can do I need clearance for near future plans. Let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastsc92 View Post
    ...Not sure why you'd think the sway bar wouldn't work....This uses all stock suspension components without modification.

    Also rear tubular arms and tubular rear subframe are in the works.....
    This is relevant to my interests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastsc92 View Post
    ...Not sure why you'd think the sway bar wouldn't work....This uses all stock suspension components without modification.

    Also rear tubular arms and tubular rear subframe are in the works.....
    I inquired about one of the earlier ones that came up for sale a while back and that is the reason I didn't pull the trigger on it. I looked at the pics and saw that it works on this one. that's exciting news about the rear unit I myself am interested in both the front rear and lca,s
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    Smile not to get off topic..

    I have been running a "K" member for a bunch of years now and it really makes it a lot easier to work on these cars. When I did a big block I had the engine dropped down for more room. This really helpped out.
    Now keep in mind this was another brand, but the follow thru is the same. This is a great idea and it helps to work on these cars...Please do remake this idem as it will help out a lot of people and their cars....Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

  11. #26
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    I am very interested as well. Tagging for future updates!
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    5.0 l

    Will this work with the 5.0 L?
    if so I'm in!
    Also have interest in the rear.

  13. #28
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    Interested for my 90 if sway bar work. Would be able to get the car to squat in the rear more with thag weight off the nose. That and the battery. Would pay in 100.00 installments. Wife just lost job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HwyStar View Post
    Interested for my 90 if sway bar work. Would be able to get the car to squat in the rear more with thag weight off the nose. That and the battery. Would pay in 100.00 installments. Wife just lost job.
    Umm if your wife just lost her job, than maybe you shouldn't be buying performance parts for your car?
    Last edited by OxmanWI; 11-28-2013 at 10:23 AM.

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    I am interested but it would be after taxes.

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