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LLWS (Lateral Link Weldment Supports) FXT

I just wanted to give you guys an update. I am still in the process of finding a new vendor. I should have some more info in a few days. Thanks for you patience.


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I recieved a couple of qoutes. They are double what I paid for the frist run. I am waiting on one more. I should here something in a couple of days.

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Just for the record.. I really like mine.. I'm running mine with Cobb RSB and kartboy endlinks. The lateral link tab is really healthy because of this support. Thanks!

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^^ X2.

Same here, only with a Whiteline 22mm (soon to be set on 248-) ....)

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ooh very interested in this... :-)
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Bump. Any news? I like to make a decision between STi lateral links or this awesome mod before Subie Gal's sale is over on Monday.

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I recieved a couple of qoutes. They are double what I paid for the frist run. I am waiting on one more. I should here something in a couple of days.

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Bump. Any news? I like to make a decision between STi lateral links or this awesome mod before Subie Gal's sale is over on Monday.

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I assuming the LLWS are at least half the cost of the STi Lateral links?

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Probably less that half-

I got mine used from a fellow forum member here for ~$50 US... not sure how much the new run will run.

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Any hope of seeing these sometime soon?


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The vendors I have found want too much. I have one last hope. I should know something by the end of the week. Worst case I would have to sell them for $100 shipped. That is still significantly cheaper than replacing the lateral links. Not to mention it only takes ten minutes to install them.

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I think $100 is reasonable for that - lot's cheaper than new lateral links. Since I don't race, have the stiffer links doesn't make sense at the moment.

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Please, oh please, good sir......

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I wannem! When they're ready, I'm in for a set. I have a new swaybar and endlinks to go on (both Perrin, actually) but don't want to proceed until I'm confident in the durability of the attachment point. I drive my kids (one real, one pending) around in my subie, and accordingly am extra cautious about doing my mods right.

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Same here. I need a set to keep from toasting my L-Links with my COBB Bar.

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What's the scoop?

Put an RSB and endlinks on today, what's the status Mo_Boost? Don't leave us hanging!

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