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Transmission Crossmember/Mount??

I have 01 F250 4x4 4R100
Does anyone know who sells crossmembers to lower the rear of the transmission?
ProComp does for '08+ however the won't work.
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Are you talking about the one the carrier bearing sits on?
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Negative, it's what the rear transmission mount sits on.
The stock one looks like this but less FUBAR:
http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTE5NVgxNjAw/$(KGrHqR,!j!FBuH5eh,3BQrZfZn0H!~~60_1.JPG?set_id=8 80000500F
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link no worky
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I can order you a new one!
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imgur: the simple image sharer
This is an image of mine
The previously posted one was just an example of what it was.
My truck has an 8in lift
I do not need a replacement OEM one. I'm looking for crossmember with a drop of roughly 3in to reduce the drive angle from my transfer case.
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One Up Offroad Cross-Member Drop Kit - 1999-2010 F250/F350 4wd - Driveline Accessories
I found this, just don't like the price.
May end up fabricating my own..
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One Up Offroad Cross-Member Drop Kit - 1999-2010 F250/F350 4wd - Driveline Accessories
I found this, just don't like the price.
May end up fabricating my own..
Why not just weld drop brackets to it?
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Just doing that would interfere with the front driveshaft
So I would have to cut, bend, add another piece that comes up and over it
Unless I make a whole new one in a similar design or in a tubular design
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