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Energy Suspension 3.1108G Transmission Crossmember Mount, GM
Energy Suspension 3.1108G Transmission Crossmember Mount, GM

Energy Suspension 3.1108G Transmission Crossmember Mount, GM

Muncie 4-Speed, Powerglide, Saginaw 3-Speed, Saginaw 4-Speed, TH350, TH400, Hardware Included

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Energy Suspension 3.1108G Transmission Crossmember Mount, GM
Energy Suspension 3.1108G Transmission Crossmember Mount, GM
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Hardware Included:
Yes
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Material Type:
Steel
MFG. Part #:
3.1108G

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A true performance application component for cars, trucks, hot rods and racing/competition vehicles, yet designed to be also used for street vehicles! Assemble to the chassis the same way as OEM parts. Soft-running enough to absorb vibrations for street use yet rugged for racing use. Helps maintain proper drive shaft angle to help prevent early wear and unexpected power train damage!

  • Fits most GM transmission applications
  • Includes transmission mount backer plate and all installation hardware
  • Reduced hieght make this a low profile GM alternative with G-Force crossmembers
  • Helps control torque on high performance vehicles.
  • Replaces the original, short lived and typically too-soft rubber mounts and outdates those hard-running metal transmission mounts.
  • Made of HYPERFLEX performance polyurethane.
  • Resistant to under vehicle fluids such as: oils, coolants, road contaminants, etc.

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Transmission Crossmember Mount Installatiion Intructions (PDF)

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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