Speedway Universal 8 Inch Drop Tubular Transmission Crossmember Mount
Universal Fit, 1.55" Tube I.D., 1.75" Tube O.D., 38.25" Overall Length, 8" Drop, Steel, Painted
- Heavy duty 1 3/4" OD steel tubing with .109" wall thickness provides a stable foundation to mount your transmission
- Fits most GM, Ford, and Mopar manual or automatic transmissions
- Crossmember must be welded directly into frame or weld on the supplied 3-hole mounting flanges for a bolt-in application
- Fits frames up to 38" wide making this crossmember versatile for a variety of applications
- The 8" drop is measured from the top of crossmember tube to top of mounting plate
Universal rear transmission mounts and heavy duty tube crossmember. Fit most GM, Ford, and Mopar manual and auto transmissions. Black powder coated finish. Crossmember must be welded directly into frame or to 3 hole mounting flanges for bolt-in application. Fits frames up to 38" wide.
Note: May require re-drilling of the mount holes when used with Ford C4/C6 trans cushion 910-18017.
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