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Old 10-22-2010, 10:37 AM
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Need some help on Traction bars

Ive done some research and OUO is the only place that is really mentioned for traction bars. I see that they have a block system that seems to be working very well. I dont really want to go that route. I want to use traction bars that can be shackled but im not totally opposed to welding them also. Is anybody else running traction bars from somewhere else? Thanks in advance Randy

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Rize, Procomp, Fabtech..lots of companys make them. I would get ones with shackles at the frame end. You can also easyly DYI them from parts from 4x4 offroad shops.
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Are you looking to lift the truck at all? Or just add traction blocks? We custom build each set to order, so I can make the blocks to whatever size you wish. Price varies depending on the size of the block. Anywhere from $750-850....
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Old 10-23-2010, 02:37 PM
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Yeah I already have a 6in bds lift so I really wouldnt want to do the block style. I really like your setup but the funds arnt there right now. It looks like im probably going to be making my own. Ive read up on a couple different sites about guys making there own. Do any of you guys have any advice on doing this. Thanks in advance guys.
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