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Opened his business in 1971 in southern California. Well known for fabricating, manufacturing and installing some of the highest quality aftermarket parts for Tri Fives in the industry.
I like the idea of fabricating your own crossmember. I have a couple of questions: Is the crossmember straight across between the frame rails and do you see any clearance problems using a dual exhaust set-up with full-length headers?
That's an awsome crossmember, Mine's not quite as pretty but I used the same Idea to mount my TH400. Building the crossmember is really one of the easiest things I've had to do so far, If you can weld and can cut some tubing it will be well worth saving your money. IMO
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