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1941-48 Ford Crossmember
1941-48 Ford Crossmember

1941-48 Ford Crossmember

Front Position, Stock | Dropped Crossmember Type, Boxed Crossmember Style, Steel, Powder Coated

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Position:
Front
Crossmember Type:
Stock | Dropped
Crossmember Style:
Boxed
Attachment Style:
Bolt-on
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Powder Coated
Ride Height (w/Stock Spindles):
3 Inch Lowered
Overall Length:
29.25"
Material Thickness:
0.19"
Centerline of Holes:
27.63"
Sold in Quantity:
Each
MFG. Part #:
91657104
Notes:
Won't work with flathead Ford motors.

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Lowers 1941-48's by 3 inches, with no other changes. Direct bolt-in. All mounting holes match original frame.

This is a spring mount crossmember for a 2" spring. It is 29-1/4" wide, end to end, or 27-5/8" wide, hole to hole.

Warning: This crossmember does not work with a Ford Flathead Motor - there is no place for original motor mounts.

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