G Force RCMIL Transmission Crossmember, 1967-1973 Mustang, AOD
AOD, T56, TKO, Steel, Powder Coated
- Engineered to re-use OEM transmission crossmember hardware
- Has a direct bolt in installation with no welding required
- This transmission crossmember is specially designed for the 1967-1973 Mustang
- The crossmember center tube has a bracket welded to the back to accept the factory brake cable pulley
- Features an all steel construction with a black powder coated finish for added corrosion resistance and enhanced looks
G Force Performance is the premier source for transmission crossmembers. Whether you're looking for an upgrade from stock components or parts for a swap. G Force designed this direct bolt-in transmission crossmember to accommodate all of your transmission needs and provides clearance for large diameter aftermarket dual exhaust systems. Finished in a black powder coat.
Note: Must be installed with early Ford Transmission Mount. Will not work with Fox Body Mount.
- Fits 1967-1973 Mustangs with AOD and TREMEC transmissions
- Crossmember center tube has a bracket welded to the back to accept the factory brake cable pulley
- Designed to re-use OEM transmission crossmember hardware
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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