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    Crossmembers???? almost drug the rear one off....

    So my question is can i do away with the crossmember (the tubular u shaped one in the rear), without fabbing a new one or should i weld somekind of frame brace and weld it in before cutting it out. The trans crossmember I am reworking to prevent dragging when I am layed out. The rear thou its pissing me off 3rd place in the minitruck limbo cuz of this damn brace.

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    If it's like my truck then th propeller shaft center bearing support is there. But you can cut it off and drop in a straight peace, reattach the support to the new peace. Just make sure the propeller shaft is straight.
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    Do you mean the one right at the back where the spare tire hanger is?

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    no hes talking about the carrier shaft bearing crossmember on a 2wd - it hangs quite low on that truck
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