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Bolt-In 1935-40 Ford Mustang II Crossmember

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Material Type:
Steel
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Finish:
Natural
Material Thickness:
.19
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Includes crossmember, spring towers, and boxing plates.
Bolt-In 1935-40 Ford Mustang II Crossmember
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Bolt-In 1935-40 Ford Mustang II Crossmember

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Our bolt-in Mustang II suspension kit for 1935-1940 Ford passenger car and 1935-1941 Ford half-ton pickup includes all hardware and instructions.

  • Completely bolt in - no welding required
  • Based on proven Mustang II geometry
  • Complete with bolt in boxing plates to reinforce the frame
  • Interlocking design for ultimate strength
  • Final ride height is approximately 3"-4" lower than stock
  • Threaded adjusters to fine tune ride height
  • Full lower A-arms required with this crossmember (strutless type)

910-43540 Crossmember Instructions (PDF)

Learn how to properly install this bolt-in kit by reading Street Rodder Magazines tech article.  No-Weld IFS Crossmember - Bolt-In Independence.

Note: We have available bolt on engine mount kits to work in conjunction with this crossmember for both the Small Block Chevy and Small Block Ford applications.

Note:  This crossmember must be used with the non-strut rod type lower control arms.  As designed, it will not work with stock type or the O/E type lower control arms that make use of a strut rod.

Item Details

'''35-''40 Ford car & ''35-''41 Ford pickup'

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bossguy351
Monroe, MI, USA

this product has great features......no

October 17, 2013
I liked the unit. take your time and this crossmember fits in nice. i found out if you are putting in a 351 c you will have to use a rear sump oil pan. i did my crossmember install by my self,and you can do it with the front sheet metal still on the car. like i said take your time, it took me about 3 days in my spare time . and the motor mount kit fit like a glove. hats off to speedway motors.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

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can airbags be used with this crossmember

Gideon
August 09, 2014

can airbags be used with this crossmember

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August 11, 2014
EricM
Yes this 35-40 bolt in cross member can be used with air ride. We offer a hub to hub kit number 91034215 which is for air ride. You will still need the compressor, tank, and plumbing to complete the system with air ride. We offer basic kits to four corner kits with the tank/tanks, lines, plumbing, etc. from which to choose.
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What kind of motormounts do i need for a Flathead and are there a compleat kit hub to hub

Thisisnot
July 24, 2014

What kind of motormounts do i need for a Flathead and are there a compleat kit hub to hub

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July 24, 2014
EricM
You will need to also purchase a hub to hub kit such as 91034202 to use on this crossmember. Sorry I do not offer a Flathead motor mount kit for this. You would need to fabricate mounts for the engine.
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Can I use it on my 37 Pontiac Business? 1937 Pontiac Business Coupe frame rails incorporate "pockets" for the front springs. Can this kit be used on the 37 Pontiac frame?

37Chief
The Woodlands, TX, USA
December 31, 2013

Can I use it on my 37 Pontiac Business? 1937 Pontiac Business Coupe frame rails incorporate "pockets" for the front springs. Can this kit be used on the 37 Pontiac frame?

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January 02, 2014
EricM
No this crossmember will not fit your 37 Pontiac. You will need to use a universal crossmember such as 413201 or 413202. Measure the outside width of your frame and your hub to hub width of your current suspension to determine which universal crossmember will work best for your application.
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Can this Crossmember be used with Stock Flathead Mounts Would like to know if product can be used retaining the stock location of the Ford Flathead Mounts. Can produst be pushed back in frame 1' or 2 to retain crossmember, or is different product available.

JPSG
Colorado, USA
December 05, 2013

Can this Crossmember be used with Stock Flathead Mounts Would like to know if product can be used retaining the stock location of the Ford Flathead Mounts. Can produst be pushed back in frame 1' or 2 to retain crossmember, or is different product available.

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December 05, 2013
EricM
The Flathead engine can be used with this crossmember but the original engine location cannot be retained and the stock mounts cannot be used. If you push the cross member back in the frame this will also move your wheels that far back in the wheel opening. The next issue is the engine would need to be moved some for the oil pan to clear the cross member.
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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT BACK SET RIM YOU CAN RUN WITH THIS CROSSMEMBER

HILLBILLY
September 20, 2011

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT BACK SET RIM YOU CAN RUN WITH THIS CROSSMEMBER

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September 22, 2011
John
Wheel offset or inset is purely personal preference and wheel and tire combination. This cross member with the complete hub to hub kit using 11” rotors offered by Speedway nets a 57.5” track width with Ford/Mopar bolt pattern and 58.5” track width is using the GM bolt pattern. This is hub face to hub face right where the wheels will bolt on. From those dimensions and some basic measurements on your vehicle you will be able to determine the best fit for wheel and tire combination. If needing a narrower track width than referenced we offer 5/8” narrower per side control arms in the tubular kits for a net decrease in track width of 1 ¼”.
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I have a 40 Ford coupe roller and wondered what suspension and steering kits will be compatible with this cross member? Do I have to buy your suspension and steering components too? Can I use drop spindles too or does that put it too low?

nevr2L8
Rochester, New York
August 13, 2011

I have a 40 Ford coupe roller and wondered what suspension and steering kits will be compatible with this cross member? Do I have to buy your suspension and steering components too? Can I use drop spindles too or does that put it too low?

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August 16, 2011
John
This bolt in cross member for the 1935 to 1940 Fords will accept our hub to hub Mustang II kits in various fashions or styles. We offer an economical stamped control arm version such as part number 91034100 up to our 91034215 in tubular configuration with air ride and Wilwood brakes. For ease of assembly and the elimination of the standard Ford style strut rods we recommend part number 91034202 which includes tubular control arms, choice of manual or power rack, spring rate choice, bolt pattern for wheel choice, and includes everything hub face to hub face including the 11” brakes for sufficient braking. Drop spindles are available at no additional cost. The Mustang II style suspension will net a 2 ½ to 3” drop in ride height and adding the 2” drop spindles could easily get you 5” of drop. In the case of the 40 Fords the nose chin below the grille will be fairly low if opting for the dropped spindles.
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Will this bolt-in kit fit a 38-39 Ford panel delivery van? The front sheetmetal looks the same as pick up. It has double rear doors, and I've been told its frame is the same as pick up. I measured the WB as accurately as I could and come up with 122" WB,

Indiana
August 06, 2011

Will this bolt-in kit fit a 38-39 Ford panel delivery van? The front sheetmetal looks the same as pick up. It has double rear doors, and I've been told its frame is the same as pick up. I measured the WB as accurately as I could and come up with 122" WB,

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August 11, 2011
John
This bolt in cross member should fit the ’35-40 Ford car and the ’35-41 Ford pickup. In the case of the panel it should work fine.
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will this fit a 63 ford f100 frame

highlands ranch co.
July 07, 2011

will this fit a 63 ford f100 frame

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July 11, 2011
John
This bolt in cross member kit is specific to the frame dimensions of the 1935-40 Ford car or the 1935-41 Ford pickup and will not be a match up to other applications without major modification and alteration. If a bolt in kit is not offered you may want to consider a weld in version and for applications not listed we do have universal kits under part number 413201 and 413202 depending on the outside dimensions of your frame.
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I would like to get the frame dimensions that this fits. I like the bolt in concept and wondered if 1950 Studebaker pickup frame dimensions might be the same or close to the Ford that this is built for.

May 19, 2011

I would like to get the frame dimensions that this fits. I like the bolt in concept and wondered if 1950 Studebaker pickup frame dimensions might be the same or close to the Ford that this is built for.

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May 23, 2011
John
This is a bolt in cross member kit specific for the 35-40 Ford and dimension. The frame rails on these cars are not parallel but some approximate dimensions are 24 1/2" at the front of the cross member and 25 1/2" at the rear. Outside dimensions are also not parallel and basically 28” at the front of the member. A match up to another vehicle is not recommended unless suspension and chassis set up is well educated. Certain things such as ending ride height and steering geometry come into play. Your best recourse would be a universal weld in that we have available to cover most frame widths under part number 413201 for frames up to 30” wide outside to outside or 413202 for frames up to 33 ½” outside to outside.
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Is there any way to retain the stock ride height for my 38 Ford using this setup? If not, what options do I have for an IFS with a stock height?

Shave
Los Angeles
July 21, 2015

Is there any way to retain the stock ride height for my 38 Ford using this setup? If not, what options do I have for an IFS with a stock height?

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July 22, 2015
Eric
Expert
No this kit will not be able to retain stock ride height. This kit will lower the ride height 3" to 4".
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