Speedway crossmembers are constructed of 7 gauge steel and offer you the choice of Deluxe (welds ground) or Econo (unground welds).
Speedway crossmembers DO NOT include strut rod mount brackets.We recommend either our offset or no-strut control arms or the tubular strut rod.
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