1928-31 Ford Model A Transmission Mount for GM Transmission
- This crossmember kit makes it easy to mount a GM transmission in your 1928 to 1931 Model A frame
- Transmission mount plate is to be used with a two-bolt transmission mount cushion
- 2" x 3" rectangular steel tubing crossmember adds strength to your chassis
- 30" wide with 8 3/8" of drop from top of tubing to top of trans mount plate
- 1" long slots in trans mount plate allow for variations in engine/transmission location front to rear
Our crossmember kit makes it easy to mount a GM transmission in your '28-'31 Model A frame. This is the same one that you have seen in our assembled "Model A" frames. Transmission mount plate is to be used with a two-bolt transmission mount cushion.
- 30" wide
- 2 x 3" Square tubing
- 8-3/8" from top of tubing to top of plate (top of the crossmember to the trans mount surface)
- Top of crossmember to mounting holes: 2-7/8"
Notes2" x 3" square tubing. 8.38" from top of tubing to top of plate. Top of crossmember to mounting hole is 2.88". This measures 6.5 inches from tubing to center of mounting holes. Mounting holes are 1 inch in length.
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