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finally got my tranny installed. I had to cut my crossmember cause I boxed my frame. I took about two inches out of both sides and welded the crossmember back together and then weld on some brackets that I made to bolt the xmember to. came out pritty good.
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Looks awesome, should work great!! Nice welds too.
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Good job! When you get it all back together, don't forget to double check your driveline angles so you don't get a vibration.

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Dude, I wish we could weld like you do ... But we'll keep trying'. Looks awesome, great things to come from this thread!!!
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