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    wayne
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    Hi all got 4l60e in a vk is there a factory crossmember that I can use instead of buying aftermarket.

    the vr one from doner car lines up but they are different mountjng heights from side to side are vn the same

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    Just make your own, I was originally going to run a 4l60 in mine, made a crossmember using angle iron bolted to chassis mounts and Chanel steel welded between the angle iron at the correct height for the mount. Will dig it out and take a pic tonight.

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    Sounds good thanks

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    Depends whether you want to get it engineered or not mate too? Diy wont likely pass

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    Not sure what Aust regs require to be road legal, but this is what I came up with.

     

     

     

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    Hey there, just wondering what happened with this ?

    I have an ’84 VK wagon that I want to put a 700R4 in….. Cammed Black 308 with a little head work. Goes ok but I would love the overdrive……. So what probs if any are associated with the install, and I would like to keep interior as factory as possible. Solutions ?

    cheers

    Darryl

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