Hooker 71222024HKR-1 Blackheart Transmission Crossmember, 4L80
4L80E, Steel, Painted
This BlackHeart LS/LT engine swap transmission crossmember is for 1967-1972 GM C10 trucks. It is designed specifically for use with Hooker Blackheart engine swap brackets and exhaust components to simplify your LS/LT swap. Provides bolt-in installation of 4L80 or TH400 transmission and up to 3" exhaust without hanging below frame rails.
- Easy to install, bolt in Crossmember for use with 4L80 or TH400 trans
- Designed using CAD (computer aided design) modeling/FEA (finite element analysis) analysis for optimal fitment, strength, weight, safety and appearance
- Welded steel construction for superior strength
- Provides an optimum engine/transmission inclination angle that is critical to obtaining suitable U-joint working angles, when installed with Hooker BHS511 engine mounts
- Designed in conjunction with Hooker BlackHeart C10 engine swap parts to provide bolt-in installation of BlackHeart LS and LT swap manifolds, headers and exhaust systems
- Provides the highest clearance available for up to 3" exhaust systems eliminating any lowering concerns or issues
Fits 1967-1972 GM C10 trucks LS Swap, 4L80 or TH400 Transmission Crossmember
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