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Old 12-16-2013, 01:54 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Sales@JDP View Post
Neither. IMO, the chassis braces are somewhat of a bandaid. Doing a set of solid subframe/cradle bushings will be much more beneficial for eliminating cradle movement.

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I definitely agree with Tyler, you will see very minimal improvement in eliminating rear cradle movement with the chassis braces/stiffeners. Really the only way to control/eliminate the rear cradle movement is with rear cradle inserts or full bushings replacements. We have a couple different offerings depending on your power level and goals with your car. Here is what we offer here at BMR:

BMR rear cradle insert (BK040)

BMR full poly-urethane rear cradle bushings (BK024)

BMR solid delrin rear cradle bushings (BK027)
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