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Post by Limey SE on Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:54 am

orange Juiced wrote:Hey if Bio doesn't take it, i sure can use it. paypal ready, zip is 85746 Tucson AZ.

Juiced give this guy a shout tell him Maligoon sent ya

have two dual exhaust transmission crossmemebers for sale at $100 each plus shipping from south carolina. will ship fed-ex. both are very solid and rust-free. will fit all 73-77 cutlasses & 442s. call, text, or e-mail greg at (864)616-4619 gtfolds@att.net

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Post by 1973 454 MONTE on Wed Mar 23, 2011 3:48 pm

i have them,but off a monte. mine DO not look like that (physicaly) wise. mine only have 1 hole for the tranny mount.

BTW-- i tried to put a monte c-m under a 76 cutlass and it was not wide enough. dont know if there is a difference or not. scratch
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Re: DUAL HUMP Crossmember

Post by pila on Thu Mar 24, 2011 5:24 pm

My manual shows the bolt holes in the frame, for the cross member, to be 54 1/2 " apart ( on center) That's for all the frames in the A body mid 70s cars. Might be a handy number to check on a cross member for fit.

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Post by Limey SE on Thu Mar 24, 2011 5:36 pm

I can measure mine when I hobble to garage later its from a Buick Gran Sport

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Post by JB2wheeler on Thu Mar 24, 2011 6:00 pm

pila wrote:My manual shows the bolt holes in the frame, for the cross member, to be 54 1/2 " apart ( on center) That's for all the frames in the A body mid 70s cars. Might be a handy number to check on a cross member for fit.
Except the models with a boxed frame, such as Elkies. JB
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DUAL HUMP Crossmember

Post by 1973 454 MONTE on Thu Mar 24, 2011 6:10 pm

Rago wrote:I got to thinking about it, what transmission is this for? Possibly this is the reason that yours has two mounting holes where Chris' only has one (different transmissions). It just hit me while I was cleaning up the non-sense.

BTW, if I didn't already have a dual hump crossmember I'd be next in line after OJ. Good luck on the sale.

my monte had a factory 400 in it.i put a 350 in it and used the same 1 bolt mount. go figure scratch
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Post by Limey SE on Thu Mar 24, 2011 8:24 pm

Limey wrote:I can measure mine when I hobble to garage later its from a Buick Gran Sport



these were taken end to end and came from the cutty have not tried under the Malibu yet but will let you know when I am ready to put under there



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Post by 1973 454 MONTE on Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:18 pm

mine are different than that. more of a tube style
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Post by Limey SE on Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:42 pm

yea the one on the malibu is tube style as well but these weigh a hell of a lot less

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Post by Limey SE on Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:43 pm

and no its a single one so this will be going in its place

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Re: DUAL HUMP Crossmember

Post by Jimmyracecar on Fri Mar 25, 2011 11:53 am

yup mine is a dual hump tube on my 73
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Post by Mcarlo77 on Fri Mar 25, 2011 12:19 pm

Think the issue with single mtg bolt vs dual might have something to do with the "saddle" that mounts between the c/m and tranny. I have one I pulled off a '74 Lemans w/350 and the c/m itself has one mtg hole. However, that is used to mount a "saddle" that, it turn, has two mtg holes for the tranny. I've got the whole set-up it anyone wants a pic. By the way, it only measures about 52 1/8" end to end. Thought that was the same length as needed on Montes...that's why I kept it.
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Post by pila on Fri Mar 25, 2011 1:21 pm

Of course a mount for the type of car it came from would still work OK with the trans.
My manual doesn't mention anything in the frame drawings about the Elco frame being different, and it's an El Camino/Sprint manual, so I would have to measure my own frame to verify the 54 1/2 " spec I posted. I always look for a '73 or '74 cross member for the later converter equipped cars with the single hump cross member. The one in my Elco came from a Chevelle.

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Re: DUAL HUMP Crossmember

Post by micara928 on Fri May 04, 2012 7:55 am

On another site there were guys that claimed the crown vic crossmember from cop cars would fit if you did some work on them??
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Re: DUAL HUMP Crossmember

Post by oldz74 on Tue Oct 07, 2014 12:24 pm

both styles were used on these cars, 73-74. my 74 had the tube style. my 74 4dr that ended up being a parts car, had the stamped one.

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