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Figuring out where tranny needs to be

I took off my stock tranny x member to make a new one that clears the work I have done. The jack stand I had under the tranny was a little low and the tranny dropped a few inches before touching it. Now I need to figure out where the tranny needs to sit in order to make the new xmember hold it at the right height. It can move up and down about 5 inches. Is there a way for me to make sure it is straight and exactly where it was stock?
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ok so you still have stock crossmember? put it back in there and measure more work but itll be right
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ok so you still have stock crossmember? put it back in there and measure more work but itll be right
If it was that easy it woulda been done already. New Rad arm brackets are where old crossmember went, so it cant just be put in place for a sec, it doesnt fit anywhere near where it used to be.
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