G Force RCC3-400 Transmission Crossmember, 1968-81 Corvette, GM-3
2004R, TH400, 52" Overall Length, Steel, Powder Coated
G Force Performance is the premiere source for transmission crossmembers. Whether you're looking for an upgrade from stock components or parts crossmember to accommodate your all of your transmission needs and provides clearance for large diameter aftermarket dual exhaust systems. Finished in a black powder coat and includes new mounting hardware.
- Mounting hardware included
- Crossmember center tube has a bracket welded to the back to accept the factory brake cable pulley
- New fasteners are provided for the bottom-up bolts. The installer must reuse the long horizontal bolts
Since different transmissions can share the same overall lengths as well as other measurements, they can also share some transmission crossmembers. G-Force has grouped the transmissions together that can share the same crossmember.
This Crossmember fits the GM-3 Transmission Group:
- Turbo Hydra-Matic 2004R (TH2004R)
- Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 (TH400)
- Turbo Hydra-Matic 375 (TH375)
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for G Force Crossmembers to ship this item.
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