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Hi guys and gals,

  I am building a transmission cross member after installing a Hellwig frame FX kit. I have the engine and trans sitting in place with a 3  degree down angle. What I need to know is if I need to off set right or left or do I center the trans. As it sits right now there is a 1/2" offset. What do I need to do?

Thanks,   

Bob

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I can't view your pictures, but I'm not smart enough to give you any advise. Good luck with your project....

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I can't view the pics either.

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I can't answer your question but, if I click on any of your first set of posted pictures they auto download to my computer (I'm on a Mac) and I can view them. Can't say the same for your 2nd attempt at posting pictures. Double check the below link for posting pictures to make sure its per the directions, thats how Ive posted in the past.

 

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I have no clue but on one of the "shows" I heard someone say that fuel injection -0 degrees down, carburetor-3 degrees down. I think it was Kindigit

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