SOCALOOK® VW Beetle Front Crossmember for Straight Axle Front
Front Position, Subframe Crossmember Type, Boxed Crossmember Style, Bolt-on Attachment Style
- Crossmember kit 910-34489 includes: Crossmember (bare steel finish), radius rod mounts, headlight mounts, sheet metal template and hardware
- Then add your choice of either a tube or I-beam axle kit which both include: axle, hairpin radius rods, batwings, perches & bolts, lower shock mounts, spring, shackles, shocks, spindles & kingpins, steering arms, linkage and hardware
Speedway Motors is the exclusive distributor of the incredible SOCALOOK® front crossmember and straight axle kits for 1944-77 VW Beetle sedans and convertibles. This unique crossmember allows you to place either a tube or I-beam straight axle and radius rods under the front of your VW Bug, making for a truly low cost and one-of-a-kind ride.
Choose either a tube axle (# 913-39055) or I-beam axle (# 913-39060) front suspension kit to go with your SOCALOOK® crossmember. Both axle kits include the axle of your choice, radius rods, spindles, spring, shocks, steering arms/rods, and all hardware.
Crossmember kit 910-34489 includes:
- Crossmember, bare steel finish
- Radius rod mounts
- Headlight brackets
- Sheet metal template
Note: This crossmember kit fits both the king-pin and ball joint style floor pans. It is NOT applicable to the Volkswagen Super Beetle application. Wheel base is 107.5" when installed.
Plain steel finish (not red as pictured)
NotesThis crossmember kit fits both the king-pin and ball joint style floor pans. It won't work for a Volkswagen Super Beetle. Wheel base is 107.50" when installed.
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