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Hooker 71222006HKR Transmission Crossmember, 1970-1981 F-Body
Hooker 71222006HKR Transmission Crossmember, 1970-1981 F-Body

Hooker 71222006HKR Transmission Crossmember, 1970-1981 F-Body

T56, Steel, Powder Coated

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Material Type:
Steel
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Powder Coated
GTIN Code:
090127734056
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Hooker continues its heritage of quality engineered products with its LS Swap Crossmembers. Engineered with the latest CAD design software for structural integrity and a perfect fit. All hooker Crossmembers are made from high quality low -alloy steel then powder coated for lasting good looks

1970-81 2nd Gen GM F-Body LS Swap T56/T56 Magnum Transmission Crossmember for use with a Detroit Speed INC. Subframe

  • Designed specifically for 1970-81 2ND Gen Camaro LS swaps using Detroit Speeds Front Subframe
  • Provides for installation of a 4th-gen T-56 or aftermarket T-56 Magnum transmission behind an LS engine in any 1970-1981 GM F-Body Camaro
  • Constructed of high-strength low alloy Powder Coated steel for strength and lasting good looks
  • CAD designed for optimum fitment, strength and ease of installation
  • Provide clearance for 3” exhaust when used with HOOKER Blackheart LT headers PN: 70101320-RHKR / PN: 70101321-RHKR and PN: 70501340-RHKR Exhaust System
  • All necessary hardware and floor backing plates included
  • Works with T-56/T-56 Magnum Transmission mounts

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