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1933-34 Ford Front Crossmember
1933-34 Ford Front Crossmember

1933-34 Ford Front Crossmember

Front Position, Stock | Reproduction Crossmember Type, Channeled Crossmember Style, Steel

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  • 33-'34 Ford crossmember
  • Maintains height of a stock Ford crossmember
  • Includes tabs for radiator mounting
  • 33-'34

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Position:
Front
Crossmember Type:
Stock | Reproduction
Crossmember Style:
Channeled
Attachment Style:
Weld-on
Material Type:
Steel
Material Gauge:
7-gauge
Finish:
Natural
Overall Length:
23.5"
Material Thickness:
0.19"
Hardware Included:
No
Sold in Quantity:
Each
MFG. Part #:
91657013

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This reproduction 1933-34 Ford front crossmember maintains the height of a stock Ford crossmember. It directly replaces a cracked original, or use it to start your reproduction frame off right. Made of heavy, 7-gauge steel with clearance for 1-3/4" cross spring. Welds to frame boxing plates of original or repro chassis. Includes weld-in tabs for radiator mounting.  Fender stay mounts welded to top of crossmember.

Width on centerline is 23.5" edge to edge.



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