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Does anyone else have this on their crossmember? Looks like a circle with a number on it......Thanks
It is an I.D. button for the crossmember.
Just wanted to verify it was correct for 1970 B Body
I believe those 2 numbers are the last number of the part number, I have a similar tag on my RR, but it corresponds to a 383 car (which my car is). I saw somewhere on the net (maybe even on here) a list of K frame part numbers.
I have a double.. what do I win?! 79= HD suspension AFAIK How drunk's the welder when you start 2" away to start your arc???
I wonder what is on the first one?
I have that same one. Came off a 70 440-6 charger
3466479- 70 B body 440 with skid plate.
So when I replace the correct, original, skidplate equipped K-member in my 70 V-code Roadrunner with the QA1 tubular K-member I have had since November 2018, roughly how much is that original V-code K-member worth?
Bump... @vintage chromoly and other forum members... I really don't want to be "that guy" who clings to parts, even original ones for a V-code car (like mine) when they will NEVER go back on while I breathe. I can see hanging on to my skid plate equipped K-member until I am satisfied that the QA1 K-member and front suspension is the ticket (that will probably only take one ride to figure out I should have done the front suspension system a year ago when I received the delivery). Make the case for me keeping the V-code K-member, that I'll never put back on the car. How can would this particular one be worth? (approximately) I would think a LOT for someone looking to do a stock replacement for a V-code or Hemi car since it has the skid plate?
My car doesn’t have the washer that I’m aware of, but I did find this 6 written on the top with grease pencil.
Mine does not have the coin, built in st Louis