G Force RCNV-400 Transmission Crossmember, 1962-1967 Nova, GM-3
2004R, TH400, Steel, Powder Coated
- Overall length measures 36" and fits the GM-3 Transmission Group
- It provides clearance for large diameter aftermarket dual exhaust systems
- This transmission crossmember is specially designed for the 1962-1967 Nova
- Crossmember is installed with the GForce label facing the REAR of the vehicle
- Made from heavy duty steel with a black powder coated finish for added protection
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.
Note: Not officially termed an "X" body during these early years. Built on the Chevy II platform
- This crossmember is installed with the GForce label facing the REAR of the vehicle.
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)
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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