G Force GF-GMATM Adjustable GM Transmission Mount
Universal Fit, 1.75" Overall Height, 1.5" Mounting Bolt Center to Center, Hardware Included
- Features a classic BMX gooseneck style
- It is easy to install and easy to remove
- Engineered to hold over 5,000 lbs. of force
- Comes with a black anodized aluminum finish and weighs only 2-1/2 oz
- Has the same torque specs and bolt size as all others used on the front end of the car
G Force Performance’s Adjustable Transmission Mount is uniquely innovative, yet simple in design and function. It is a must for your swap that requires moving your transmission 1″ to 2″, while allowing 1″ to over 2-1/2″ of offset. This will align to your transmission crossmember with your new drivetrain moved forward. This simple bolt in mount eliminates the hassle of swap misalignment and saves you time and money.
It fits most GM RWD vehicles and transmissions (manual or automatic), and transmission crossmembers that accept a dual stud pattern with a 1-1/2″ center spacing. This mount has an installed height of 1-3/4″, and is easily adjustable prior to securing the self locking slide bolt to secure the assembly in location.
- Material: Steel with polyurethane bushing
- High strength mounting hardware included
- Super T10
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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