So, I'm getting around to ditching my steel flipped/drilled front crossmember for something lighter and better.. Options are limited.. I already know how renowned the Left Coast crossmember is but it's not the only option. A little while ago I stumbled upon an aluminum, well-crafted crossmember made by Bolt-on Speed. There is zero mention of this crossmember on this site and not a single review to be found anywhere on the web. Looks well engineered for the anticipated stress there but not crazy overkill either, lighter is brighter as long as it's still strong enough. I know there has to be some people on this site that have tried this piece out. Does it make the frame feel just as rigid as stock? or even more so? Tell me how you like it
Hate having to add this but I am: Please keep all responses respectful to both manufacturers and leave out the reviews on the Left Coast product. I am only asking about the Bolt-On Speed product. Thanks in advance!