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Ok all......I had a bit of an idea here. I have a set of Global West subs that I was going to weld in over the weekend. Problem is....I am not even sure if they are really necessary.

The stock ones look good enough. However, the reason I got the Global West units was because they are really, really high quality and they have those seat support brackets that help stiffen up that area of the floor pan.

Now...I haven't measured yet...but.....what if I was to weld in the stock subframes and just fabricate my own seat support using some stainless angle iron and weld that to the stock sub's.

I am not going to actively race my car, etc...so the Global West units are probably overkill.

Hmmmmm.......got the creative juices flowing now......and I can easily sell the Global West pieces and save myself some $$$ in the process.

Any thoughts? I'd appreciate it.

Paul G.
 

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i don't know PBGas, this Mustang tracks tighter and handles WAY better than my 97 GT or 99 GT
i'd say "leave well enough alone"
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I was thinking the exact same thing......

If anything, I will weld the stockers in there with a few tacks on each side.

Paul G.
 
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