Yeah this caught my eye the other day while changing the oil. I noticed that the subframe which bolts to the chassis that holds the steering, suspension and the entire drivetrain seems rather flimsy. Go ahead hop under your cavi or sunfire and take a look. Theres just 2 pieces of what is more or less basic square stock stickin out holding the engine and trans up (FORK LIFT STYLE). Dont get me wrong its tough thick metal in there be it looks like thered be a lot of flex, esecially when this is where the a-arms bolt in. Im thinkin some subframe conectors tieing the front of the umm... "forks" to the 6 by 3 box running under the bat tray and the pulley side motor mount and def a piece of square stock between the the two... "forks" would stiffen the front suspension exponentially. Any thoughts?
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