Trailing Arm Crossmember
JEGS 64063 Drop Center Trailing Arm Crossmember for 1963-1972 GM C10 Long Bed Truck is a must when lowering your suspension. Made from ¼ in. laser-cut steel plate and incorporates a raised center hoop that eliminates driveshaft interference and two 3 1/4 in. x 5 in. oval cutouts for up to a 3 in. dual exhaust. This unit bolts directly to the stock location and requires no modifications. The trailing arm brackets are precision welded at the correct angle for a perfect alignment with the rear axle housing. We recommend JEGS 555-64064 Trailing Arms to help complete your installation.
- (1) Center Drop Trailing Arm Crossmember
- (2) Trailing Arm Attaching Bolts: Grade 8, 3/4 in.-10 x 4 1/2 in. L with a 1 1/8 in. hex head
- (2) Trailing Arm Bolt Washers: Grade 8, 3/4 in. I.D.
- (2) Trailing Arm Bolt Nyloc Nuts: Grade 5, 3/4 in.-10 with a 1 1/8 in. hex head
- (14) Mounting Bolts: Grade 8, 3/8 in.-16 x 1 1/4 in. L with a 9/16 in. hex head
- (28) Mounting Bolt Flat Washers: Grade 8, 3/8 in. I.D.
- (14) Mounting Bolt Lock Washers: Grade 8, 3/8 in. I.D.
- (14) Mounting Bolt Lock Nuts: Grade 8, 3/8 in.-16 with a 9/16 in. hex head
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