1935-40 Ford Car Rear Crossmember
Rear Position, Cross Support Crossmember Type, Tubular Crossmember Style, Steel, Natural
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Replace your stock rear crossmember with this tubular version. It welds in using the original location and includes a Panhard bar and mount. You will have to weld the Panhard mount to your rear axle. Can be used with shocks or coil-overs.
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What's In The Kit
35-40 Ford Rear X-MemberPart # 7205014-1Qty x 1
Speedway Coilover Shock Mount Bolt w/ Plain Support Collar, 4-1/2 InchPart # 91636010-PLNQty x 2
Speedway Universal Steel Rear Shock Mount Bracket for 3 Inch Axle TubePart # 91636100Qty x 2
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