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I welded a driveshaft loop onto my TCP subfrake kit#2 ...turned out real well. Take a look.
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Looks good! Please post more pics with the subframe installed (so I can get ideas and copy Muhahhahaa!)

Seriously, it looks damn good.

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Looks real good. The only thing I would have done differently is to have part of the driveshaft loop be bolted on, so you could drop the center X-member without dropping the shaft as well. Still looks like it came out real nice though.


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At first I was going to do that... but the Exhaust is soooo close tht the bolts might have rubbed. rather than take a chance, I just welded it together. Besides, I really don't have any reason to take it off :)

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Yeah, I agree, it's not something that's going to be coming off very often. Also, I've heard in the past that the exhaust is real tight with those center cross-braces, so I see your point.


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