G Force RCKIT Transmission Crossmember
Universal Fit, 61" Overall Length, Steel, Natural
- Provides the perfect solution to accommodate applications that are not covered by one of our direct bolt-in crossmembers
- Kit is designed to accommodate most gm frames that utilize frame rails for crossmember attachment
- The maximum overall length of the combined components is 61" across
- Kit comes with exhaust cutout’s that have an 8" outer width and a 7" inner width
- The under side of the center tubing has an access pocket to allow ease of transmission mount installation
The RCKIT is the perfect solution to accommodate applications that are not covered by one of our direct bolt-in crossmembers. This “build it yourself” crossmember kit is designed to accommodate most gm frames that utilize frame rails for crossmember attachement.
The Maximum overall length of the combined components is 61" across.
Included in this kit are the following materials:
- (2) Exhaust Cutout’s 8" outer width, 7" inner width
- (2) Frame Rail mounting angles 2" x 2"
- (1) length of tubing 32"
- (1) Slotted Center Tube 13"- under side of tubing has an access pocket to allow ease of transmission mount installation
- (1) Transmission Mount Washer Plate
- (1) Optional Transmission Mounting Tab
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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