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TCI 953002 Transmission Crosmember, 1967-1974 GM A Body
TCI 953002 Transmission Crosmember, 1967-1974 GM A Body

TCI 953002 Transmission Crosmember, 1967-1974 GM A Body

Steel, Powder Coated

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TCI 953002 Transmission Crosmember, 1967-1974 GM A Body
TCI 953002 Transmission Crosmember, 1967-1974 GM A Body
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TCI 953002 Transmission Crosmember, 1967-1974 GM A Body
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Material Type:
Steel
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Powder Coated
MFG. Part #:
953002
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TCI® cross members feature steel construction for maximum strength and durability with less weight than factory parts. Designed with the do-it-yourselfer in mind, these cross members offer an innovative three-axis modular design that is adjustable for optimal fitment across a range of applications. Thanks to the use of original bolt holes, cross member installation has never been easier. A strong powder coated finish adds durability and good looks.

  • Fits 1967-1974 GM A-Body hardtop for all transmissions
  • Hardware included

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