G Force RCF2L-700 Transmission Crossmember,1975-1981 F-Body, GM-2
4L60E, 700R4, T5, TKO, 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.
NOTE: From 1975-1981 the distance between crossmember frame holes is approximately 31-3/4". Measure your frame or crossmember to insure proper selection
- Fits 1975-1981 F-Body
- Large exhaust clearance humps for large diameter exhaust systems
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-2 Transmission Group:
- Turbo Hydra-Matic 700R4 (TH700R4)
- Hydra-Matic 4L60 transmission
- Hydra-Matic 4L60-E transmission
- Tremec TKO-500
- Tremec TKO-600
- Tremec TKO-4615
- Tremec TKO-4616
- Tremec TKO-4617
- Tremec TKO-4618
- Tremec TKO-5008
- Tremec TKO-5009
- Tremec TKO-5201
- Borg-Warner T-5
- Tremec T-5 #1352-000-251
NotesPlease note that G-Force crossmembers do not include the G-Force logo sticker as shown in the picture. This decal is shown for brand reference only.
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