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1932 Ford Rectangular Tubing Center Crossmember
1932 Ford Rectangular Tubing Center Crossmember

1932 Ford Rectangular Tubing Center Crossmember

TH350, Steel, Natural

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1932 Ford Rectangular Tubing Center Crossmember
1932 Ford Rectangular Tubing Center Crossmember
1932 Ford Rectangular Tubing Center Crossmember
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1932 Ford Rectangular Tubing Center Crossmember
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  • Adds an additional 1? of clearance in the critical tunnel area
  • Stronger and easier to install than the round tubing style, welding required. Instructions included
  • 1" x 1 1/2" .120" wall tubing
  • Fits TH350 transmissions
  • Ships UPS

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
91657026
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This crossmember kit gives you over 1" added clearance in the critical tunnel area. Also this added room allows for easier master cylinder and pedal mounting. Stronger and easier to install than the round tubing style. Constructed of 1" x 1-1/2" .120 wall tubing. Welding required.  TH 350.

Note: These crossmembers were designed for a body with a flat floor. If using an OEM Ford body, modifications to the floorpan may be required.

Item Details

1" x 1-1/2" .120" Rectangular tubing / u-weld kit.

Charts

916-57026 Instructions (pdf)

Notes

Tubing is 1.00" x 1.50" Fitting/welding required. If using an OEM Ford body, modifications to the floor pan may be required.

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