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Speedway 1932 Ford 1 Inch Drop Front Crossmember
Speedway 1932 Ford 1 Inch Drop Front Crossmember

Speedway 1932 Ford 1 Inch Drop Front Crossmember

1932 Ford Model B, Front Position, Stock | Dropped Crossmember Type, Weld-on Attachment Style

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Speedway 1932 Ford 1 Inch Drop Front Crossmember
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Position:
Front
Crossmember Type:
Stock | Dropped
Crossmember Style:
Channeled
Attachment Style:
Weld-on
Material Type:
Steel
Material Gauge:
7-Gauge
Finish:
Natural
Ride Height (w/Stock Spindles):
1 Inch Lowered
Overall Length:
24.38"
Material Thickness:
0.16"
Hardware Included:
No
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MFG. Part #:
91657012

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This 1932 Ford front crossmember is made of 7 gauge steel with clearance for a 1-3/4" cross spring.  It welds to the frame boxing plate of an original or reproduction chassis.  Lowers a 1932 chassis 1" below a stock crossmember.  Measures 24-3/8" edge to edge on the bottom side, 23-15/16" edge to edge at the top side.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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