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or you can buy a normal crossmember that is not welded then it will slide, they are $40 or so at lone star, worked great for my car.
 

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IF I remember right...you can cut the spot welds from the ends, (the round cylinders that hold the rubber bushing) and slide it all the way to the other end of the crossmember. The cylinders are flush to the rear and you need them flush to the front, or vice versa. It looks factory when you do it that way.

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lowthreeohz said:
i heard i can drill new holes in an AOD crossmember? :confused:
There are tach welds that hold the crossmember bushing housings in place. Grind the tach welds, this will allow it to move back and forth. If the desired angle can not be reached , then drill holes on the center bolt holes of the cross memeber. The holes will only need to be drilled when using a glide though, no need on a c4. But the cross member I speak of is a double hump manual cross member.
 
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