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Competition Engineering 3600

Competition Engineering Universal Transmission Crossmember

247-3600

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$57.99
Competition Engineering Universal Transmission Crossmember $57.99
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Universal Transmission Crossmember

Specifications:

Crossmember Finish
Natural
Crossmember Material
Steel
Quantity
Sold as a kit
Transmission Crossmember to Frame Bushing Included
No
Transmission Mount Included
Yes
Amount of Drop
None
Width (in.)
42
Manufacturer's Part Number:
C3600
Shipping Weight:
11.39
Package Height:
44
Package Depth:
4
Package Width:
8

Universal Crossmembers provide easy transmission installation & removal. They include a 1-5/8" x .134" x 42" tube (offset optional), four flat mounting tabs, four concave mounting tabs, and other necessary mounting hardware.

For 2005-09 Ford Mustang, the Transmission Crossmember Mount Kit is designed to be a complete bolt-in solution (no welding required). The fabricated steel crossmember works with solid motor mounts to prevent excessive movement. Mount, bushings, and hardware included.

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