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Old 04-04-2014, 01:46 PM   #99
Dexman1349
2010 2SS/RS M6
 
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Drives: 2010 2SS/RS M6
Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Castle Rock, CO
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I figured out the above problem You drill straight through the welded connection.

Installed this beast last night. Fairly straight forward install. Rivnuts suck if you don't have a tool to install them with (I used a bolt and washer).

It may be purely in my head, but the front end feels a lot more solid. This is true for even going straight.

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Cosmetic: ZL1 front w/mailslot, painted stripes, powdercoated SS rims, tow hook, and Gary's customs bowties, painted emblems and taillight bezels, DIY Flowtie

Suspension: Pfadt subframe bushings, Pfadt rear UCA bushings, BMR trailing arm & differential bushings, ZL1 Toe Rods and springs, Prothane radius arm inserts and steering rack bushing, Pfadt Sport sways & endlinks, Pfadt strut brace

Drivetrain: RMCR tune, CAI intake, Kooks headers, high-flow cats & exhaust, VMAX TB, LSR Tri-Ax shifter

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