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Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit

Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit

TH350, Center Position, X-Brace Crossmember Type, Tubular Crossmember Style, Steel, Natural

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Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
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Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
Speedway 1932 Ford Weld-On Tubular Center Crossmember Kit
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Position:
Center
Crossmember Type:
X-Brace
Crossmember Style:
Tubular
Attachment Style:
Weld-on
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Tube O.D.:
1.5"
Material Thickness:
0.12"
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Kit
MFG. Part #:
91657025
Notes:
Welding/fitting required.

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This 1932 Ford center crossmember kit is made from 1-1/2" .120 wall round tubing.  1/8" plate box material cut and drilled.  You weld together.  Blue print included.  TH 350.  Ships UPS.

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1-1/2" .120" Round tubing / u-weld kit.

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916-57025 Instructions (pdf)

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