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Old 06-25-2019, 04:32 PM
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BMR LSX Mount Tubular K Member Factory Spring Style A Arms

Anyone running a BMR LSX mount tubular k member with the factory springs style a arms? Hows the fitment? Any issues during install? Pictures during or after it was installed?Everything Im reading about tubular k members is go UMI and avoid Spohn.
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Re: BMR LSX Mount Tubular K Member Factory Spring Style A Arms

I have one. Can't jack on it or the bar will fold. Engine will sit high and close to firewall. Gobs of clearance for large oil pans (way more than UMI). You'll never install the engine again from the top side because the stands are in the way. You'll have to slot any trans crossmember mount because they won't line up. You can fit a/c in the stock location for LS engine (can't do that with UMI). Spring pockets are a little on the small side so some springs won't fit. Excellent customer service if you have problems.

One of these days I'm going to add another cross bar and plate, and that will help strength and give it a solid jacking point.

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Re: BMR LSX Mount Tubular K Member Factory Spring Style A Arms

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I have one. Can't jack on it or the bar will fold. Engine will sit high and close to firewall. Gobs of clearance for large oil pans (way more than UMI). You'll never install the engine again from the top side because the stands are in the way. You'll have to slot any trans crossmember mount because they won't line up. You can fit a/c in the stock location for LS engine (can't do that with UMI). Spring pockets are a little on the small side so some springs won't fit. Excellent customer service if you have problems.

One of these days I'm going to add another cross bar and plate, and that will help strength and give it a solid jacking point.

100% accurate. Although, AC is not a guarantee fitment depending on the accessories you use. The f-body accessories should clear it but the closer vette and CTSV will not. It will take a little massaging in that case.
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