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Old 10-23-2004, 09:14 AM
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TCI Trans Crossmember Bolt On for Chevy

TCI makes a trans crossmember bolt on to replace the K-member on 37-39 Chevy car frames. It appears to be made of flat steel. Does anyone have experience with this? How thick is the steel? Did it have a tendency to twist, or was it fairly rigid? I have a rusted out strut on my 41 frame and like the looks of the TCI part. Anybody know if the 37-39 parts will fit the 41 frame?

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If it is flat metal you can weld in your own braces to make it stronger.. But if TCI sells it I'm sure it is find just the way they sell it. Your not going to drag race your old Chevy are monster motor to twist the rear end out of it? I bought my last motor and trans kit from summit racing, its a generic setup and can be cut to fit the job, not specific to any one car or truck. Look on summits site:


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