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Transmission Rear Housing Support, 2011-2019

2 Reviews
SKU: 10357
$134.99

Description

Fits '11-'19 Allison 4x4 Transmissions. This support can keep your Allison four wheel drive housing from cracking in the event of a driveline vibration (bad u joint, dented or bent driveshaft).



OVERVIEW

Piece of Mind:
Drive line vibrations from a bad u-joint or other factors can put stress on the 4x4 transmission housing and cause it to crack. Replacing a housing can cost over $1000. Installing a rear housing support can keep your four wheel drive housing from cracking
Built to last:
Our Rear Housing Supports are fabricated in house right here at Merchant Automotive. Using 7/8 .120 wall DOM mild steel tubing for maximum support.


Easy to Install::
The support installs using the factory bolts. This brace can be easily installed in the driveway or garage .





As seen on Two Guys Garage


As seen on Truck U


Application

2500HD 3500 Silverado Sierra 6.6L V8 Duramax diesel:
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

This support can help keep your Allison four wheel drive housing from cracking in the event of a driveline vibration (bad u joint, dented or bent driveshaft).

Ratings & Reviews

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X-Fer Case Support

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I have put 2 of these on my personal trucks, an 05 2500HD and my current 2013 2500HD. Took less than 1 hours to install. Fits like a molded glove. From watching other trucks without one and what ensues after a u-joint failure or a rock ding in the drive shaft I BELIEVE That this is WORTH the Piece of MIND!!!!!!

Installation not as easy as videos make it out

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Just installed this on the 2017 Silverado 3500 HD High Country Dually L5P and it took a solid three hours. I installed it in the driveway with the front wheels on a pair of ramps. There's not nearly as much room to work as in the online videos. There was a lot of blind feeling for bolt heads during both the preparation and installation. Installing and torqueing the driver-side upper transmission bolt was probably the most difficult part of the entire procedure because of the angle and the clearance. All of that said, I believe it was worth it for the peace of mind. The brace is solidly built and fit perfectly once I got it up there.