Bolt-In 1947-54 Chevy Pickup Center Chassis Crossmember
47-54 GMC, 47-54 Chevy, 11 Gauge Thickness, Steel, Natural
- Build a firm foundation for your 1947 to 1954 Chevy pickup without picking up a welder
- Tubular steel bolt together assembly which doesn't require welding
- Laser cut from premium 11-gauge steel plate
- Bolt-in boxing plates add strength to the frame
- Instructions are included to simplify installation
Build a firm foundation for your vintage Chevy pickup without picking up a welder! This innovative line of chassis components from Speedway Motors allows the do-it-yourself rodder to assemble a frame using only basic hand tools and a drill.
- Tubular steel bolt-together assembly – no welding required
- Laser cut from 11-gauge steel plate
- Bolt-in boxing plates add strength to frame
Parts List (PDF)
NOTE: Finish will be plain steel, not powder coated as shown.
910-64754 Instructions (PDF)
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