Front Chassis Cross member VW T2 Bay 1973–1979

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Quality Preservation Parts product, made for Just Kampers on site at JK HQ right here in Odiham, Hampshire.

We designed this front chassis cross member to fit the exact dimensions of the original part that your T2 Bay left the factory with.

Assembled on site at Just Kampers and made with top quality British steel, the cross member has been powder-coated to ensure that it arrives at your door in great condition, ready for you to fit to your Bay. 

At a glance:

  • Built to perfectly match the original specifications from VW, for a hassle-free fit,
  • Created at Just Kampers HQ in the Hampshire countryside, using British steel,
  • A perfect replica of the original crossmember, 
  • Finished in a distinctive grey powder coat to protect it in transit,
  • Part of our Preservation Parts range, so you know it’s amazing quality. 

Please note, these parts are manufactured to fit perfectly to the shape of your van, as it left the factory. These parts may require modification, if your classic has been subject to prior modifications over the years. Alteration may need to be done, to perfectly suit your long lived camper. 

Will it fit my vehicle?

This front chassis crossmember has been created to the exact specifications of the part which VW fitted to VW T2 Bays from 1973 to 1979. 

Sometimes known as ‘Late Bays’ these vehicles have a number of differences to so-called ‘Early Bays’ built from 1968 to 1972. 

The crossmember joins the front chassis rails together, in line with the front outriggers.

Manufacturers of perfect VW parts replicas...

All our Preservation Parts panels and parts are made on-site at JK HQ in Odiham, using top quality steel sourced from the UK. Each product is made by hand, so each product is produced with a considered approach. Features are replicated with meticulous accuracy; PP really are artists of the classic parts market. For more complicated parts, they will use additional processes, in aid of producing the best outcome. This can include CNC milling and laser cutting where necessary, to replicate certain features as accurately as possible. 

Once assembled, components are powder-coated in a distinctive grey, to protect them on their way to you. This paint also prevents damage by the elements, should your parts be stored for some time before fitting.

Preservation Parts History

Preservation Parts’ mission is to remove the hassle and guesswork from rebuilding you’re your old classics. Classic cars are more than just a passion project, so these experts of their trade chose to eradicate nuisance from rebuilding your project! They launched their first range of top-quality products, in 2012. 

Since then, their catalogue has been expanded and refined. They produce components to fit all areas of classic VW's and produce some of the very best parts and accessories available in the world. These range from simple cup holders to complex adjustable narrowed beams!