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is this a double hump crossmember?

hey anybody out there know if this is a double hump cross member that will allow me to hook up any dual exhaust system i want?

i bought it for 30 bucks but i dont understand why one hump is so much bigger than the other, if the other is even considered a hump
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Nope, thats a single. This is what you need.

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That's a single hump you got. You pretty much bought the same crossmember that's already under that 1985.

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son of a................................

i drove 45 minutes for NOTHING!

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i drove 45 minutes for NOTHING!

yep looks that way.......
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i just called the guy, and he swears that the crossmember he sold me came out of the 88 GT he had sitting in his garage, and it had dual exhaust. he did say it was from a car with a t5 tranny in it.

looking at the two pictures they look REALLY similar mine has a big hump and a little hump, and the summit racing has a big hump and a little hump.

everybody, please take a closer look and help me out. i mean, he says it came from an 88 gt which i beleive comes stock dual exhaust. he said theres no problem me getting my money back, but i dont want to spend 65 bucks on a new one if i dont have to.

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i just called the guy, and he swears that the crossmember he sold me came out of the 88 GT he had sitting in his garage, and it had dual exhaust. he did say it was from a car with a t5 tranny in it.

looking at the two pictures they look REALLY similar mine has a big hump and a little hump, and the summit racing has a big hump and a little hump.

everybody, please take a closer look and help me out. i mean, he says it came from an 88 gt which i beleive comes stock dual exhaust. he said theres no problem me getting my money back, but i dont want to spend 65 bucks on a new one if i dont have to.
His exhaust had to be sitting funny. So why was he selling his cross member if it worked with dual exhaust?
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i just called the guy, and he swears that the crossmember he sold me came out of the 88 GT he had sitting in his garage, and it had dual exhaust. he did say it was from a car with a t5 tranny in it.

looking at the two pictures they look REALLY similar mine has a big hump and a little hump, and the summit racing has a big hump and a little hump.

everybody, please take a closer look and help me out. i mean, he says it came from an 88 gt which i beleive comes stock dual exhaust. he said theres no problem me getting my money back, but i dont want to spend 65 bucks on a new one if i dont have to.
Sorry dude i'm not going to pee on your shoe and tell you its raining....

thats a single hump......
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That little hump is too little, I say it's a single hump unit. I have a 1988 and mine isn't like that one.

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Sorry dude i'm not going to pee on your shoe and tell you its raining....

thats a single hump......
sumbitch, well it looks like im gonna be making a trip back out there pretty soon then.....

now i need to find a nother freaking crossmember

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brian this is what youll need

gosh your such an idiot.


you cant even tell a hump from a double hump
i never seen one and i could tell
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keith, how the hell do you know

ok people keiths post is a picture i sent him of the cross member the guy was SUPPOSED TO SELL ME. he called me back and said he sold me the wrong one and that the cross member pictured above is the double hump. i am at work and cant post pics, so i had keith do it

eagle or regg....

is that what i need? or would i be wasting a trip out there???

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keith, how the hell do you know

ok people keiths post is a picture i sent him of the cross member the guy was SUPPOSED TO SELL ME. he called me back and said he sold me the wrong one and that the cross member pictured above is the double hump. i am at work and cant post pics, so i had keith do it

eagle or regg....

is that what i need? or would i be wasting a trip out there???

lol your right i dont know im just stealing your thunder.


looks liek a good double hump
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the one that keith posted is what you need......
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