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Transmission Crossmember Cross-Reference Guide

Transmission Crossmember Cross-Reference Guide

Cross-reference your Transmission Group in the Transmission Notes below to discover which Crossmembers support your transmission.

CROSS-REFERENCE GUIDE

Lookup the right Crossmember for your project

Body Classification Notes:

The most popular makes and models are shown below. Find a complete list on the Car Body Types page.

GM A-BODY: Intermediates, ie: Malibu, Monte Carlo, El Camino, Skylark, GS, Cutlass, GTO, Regal, Chevelle, etc.

GM B-BODY: Caprice, Impala, Bel-Air, Biscayne, Electra, Le Sabre, Catalina, Bonneville, Delta 88, Starfire, Delmont

GM C-BODY (Truck Series): C10 Pickup

GM C-BODY: Full Size, ie: Electra, 98, Deville

GM E-BODY: Riviera

GM F-BODY: Camaro, Firebird, Trans Am.

GM G-BODY: Intermediates, ie: Malibu, Monte Carlo, El Camino, Cutlass, Regal, Grand Prix, etc.

GM S10: S-10 pickup, S15 pickup.

GM X-BODY: Nova, Chevy II, Ventura, GTO, Omega, Apollo.

GM Y-BODY: Corvette C3 gen

GM UNIVERSAL Kit

Olds Bravada

Ford Mustang


TRANSMISSION NOTES

The most popular transmissions that share the same Crossmember are listed below. A complete list can be found on the Transmission Groups page.

GROUP GM-1: TH350, MUNCIE, POWERGLIDE, T-10, SUPER T-10, SAGINAW, TH200, etc.

GROUP GM-2: 700R4, 4L60, 4L60E, TKO-500, TKO-600, etc.

GROUP GM-3: 2004R, TH400 SHORT TAIL, etc.

GROUP GM-4: 4L80E, 4L85E, etc.

GROUP GM-5: OEM T-56 (SWAP FROM LATE MODEL F-BODY)

GROUP GM-6: 6L80E (Slip Yoke), 6L90E (Slip Yoke)

GROUP GM-7: 8L90E (Slip Yoke)

GROUP GM-8: 700R4 (Tailshaft Mount Trans Mount), 4L60E (Tailshaft Mount Trans Mount)

GROUP F-1: AOD, TREMEC, etc.


Transmission Group Charts

GM A-Body Chart

GM B-Body Chart

GM C-Series Truck Body Chart

GM C-Body Chart

GM E-Body Chart

GM F-Body Chart

GM G-Body Chart

GM S10-Body Chart

GM S10 Blazer & Jimmy Body Chart

GM V-Body Chart

GM X-Body Chart

GM Y-Body Chart

GM Universal Kit Chart

Old Bravada Body Chart

Ford Mustang Body Chart


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