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Old 03-10-2006, 07:41 PM
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Default My NEW Wayne Due subframe arrived today

Here's my NEW subframe that just arrived from Wayne Due. It uses DSE control arms and their coil over assembly. It has an AGR power rack with Baer trackers and Phil Brewer billet steering arms. The sway bar is from Speedway Engineering. It uses the stock spindle.

What's slick about this setup is if you already own aftermarket tubular arms, big wheels and brakes for a 1st Gen, those parts will bolt on to this all new Wayne Due subframe. It will also allow 10" wheels to be used and the track width is stock.

Since this is new from Wayne and I expect there to be a lot of interest, I'll post a BUNCH of pics.









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Very nice Scott I see the community T-56 back there
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I see just a wee bit of Phil Brewer in that sub frame. Very Cool. PM or email me Scott on the speedway sway bar IE where to get one please. I sold my sub frame bare to a friend in anticipation of Waynes subframe hitting the market. Thanks for the cool pix.
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Sweet! You just had to show me that piece after all of the hard work I put into my stock sub.

I see one in my future...
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Those are some beautiful welds!! Looks like a killer piece there Scott. Wayne did a killer job on his part. Can't wait to see it under the car..Knowing you...It's probably already under it!!
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Could 'ya take a couple more pics with different angles? Now you know why Don has been so psyched this week when his showed.


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