Re: Middle Crossmember on a Dakota
I'm not sure whether or not the 89 HAD torsion bars. If so, I would also advise not taking out the middle crossmember unless you dont like your fingers/hands/(vital parts). What do you need it removed for? Depending on whether or not you blew the clutch, I'd also go with sliding the tranny out the back. Removed the knuckle where the driveshaft meets the rear diff and then remove the splined end from the rear seat of the trans and it shouldn't have anything else in the way. More details would help though. Engine Displacement? Manual/Automatic? Front Coils or Torsion Bars? Please Reply.
- Fox Deacon - 1992 2WD Dodge Dakota