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    Default Maximum Motorsports Weekend Deals Are Back

    I just saw an email this morning that the weekend deals are back. It looks like this weekend they are doing rollbars for Mustangs with various options available. I was thinking of buying one for my coupe, but the shipping is holding me back right now. Just an FYI for anyone looking for some deals in the rest of the year.

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    Its a little less than a 10 hour drive to go pick the roll bar up . . . Each WAY!!!!
    ​Trey

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    Appreciate the heads up!! Just ordered a steering shaft for my SN95 rack upgrade this winter.
    Jeremiah

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraithracing View Post
    Its a little less than a 10 hour drive to go pick the roll bar up . . . Each WAY!!!!
    I know. I ordered the bar I wanted and will stop complaining about shipping. I get sucked into the Amazon world on shipping where everything should be free, right? JEGS has a two DIY kits for way less money and free shipping, but far more work involved. I'll keep the high quality, less work involved, and just pay the shipping cost. Who knew a large metal object couldn't be shipped for $10? Now I'm just waiting for the control arms to be a weekend deal, so I can get the rear suspension sorted out.

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