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Dalamar

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These guys are leagues ahead of other suspension companies.
Quality built, good ride and preformance, don't wast your time and money on anyone else.
They are AWSOME helpfull on the phone, if you have a question, call them.

Their stuff may be slightly more $ Because - They're engineered, tested and better parts!
that's worth more, trust me. I've wasted $$ and TIME on other stuff.

www.maximummotorsports.com
 

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I have bought alot of thier products. Nothing but great stuff to say.
 

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anyone get the panhard bar from them? Hows that working out and how is the install?
 
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I was going to get a panhard bar, but decided I need some SF connectors. All I can say is, if it has Maximum Motorsports name on it, its a good product. Other companys make knockoffs of their design.
 

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bigjohnson4.6gt said:
anyone get the panhard bar from them? Hows that working out and how is the install?

Ive heard the product is great, Dalamar has it I know that how was the install big D?

I plan to get one of these when I return home.
 

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ive seen someone with it on cardomain, and it looks great when your looking at the rear end of it
 

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Installing the panhard isn't hard.

Just getting the upper mount bolt holes in the right place is the tricky part.
the rest just bolts in.
It's easy to adjust and keep the axle centered baby :banana:
 

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Yeah,I just got some of there full length sub-frame connectors,and when they say full length they mean it.These fuckers go, literally,from the fire wall to the torque boxes.I havent found any one to tackle putting mine in yet,but I am willing to bet after these are welded in all my convertible flexing days will be over.I'm thinking about hitting up some muffler shops and see what they say about installing them.They are very informative guys and get on with their shipping.They are in CA and I'm in FL and they seriously must have shipped them as soon as they hung up with me cuz mine were in my driveway 5 days to the day after I ordered them.Great packaging great detailed instructions with pics.Nothing bad to say.... O0
 

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Ya man, they're great, and STRONGER.
same width as the stock sub frame, and the way they're pressed and plated = Strong.
also ties into the seat Pan, for a cross brace.

MM FTMWF-P


Hybridbird - here's a pic of em installed:

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Let's play a game:
"Name the Maximum Motorsports parts!"

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Torque Arm and Panhard Rod - yes.


anything else?
 

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