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post #1 of 6 Old 11-01-2010, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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Rize Traction Bars and Amp Steps

Will the Rize traction bars work with my Amp Boards or do the front traction bar mounts have to be modified? My 2008 CC SB F250 is at 10" of lift. Thanks.

2011 F250 Lariat CC SB 4x4 Tuxedo Black
Parts Ordered: 8" Icon 4-Link with Icon coilover mount, OUO Traction Blocks, King 2.5" Res. Coilovers and King 2.5" res. shocks for front, King 2.0 res for rear, Icon steering stabilizer with Kings, Amp steps, 22x10.5 BMF SOTA's, Toyo 37" Open Country tires

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off topic but, lets see some pis of the truck!!!!!
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I'll get some more pics up when I get a chance. Back to topic, anyone have info on rize traction bars amp board combo? Thanks.

2011 F250 Lariat CC SB 4x4 Tuxedo Black
Parts Ordered: 8" Icon 4-Link with Icon coilover mount, OUO Traction Blocks, King 2.5" Res. Coilovers and King 2.5" res. shocks for front, King 2.0 res for rear, Icon steering stabilizer with Kings, Amp steps, 22x10.5 BMF SOTA's, Toyo 37" Open Country tires

2008 Job 3 6.4 Lariat 10" Fabtech (Sold!)
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i moved the rear idler hinge forward to the next set of holes on my amps to clear my traction bar mounts,works great.

2008 king ranch,4x4,quad captains,loaded,manual hubs,manual transfer case(hard to get),8"fabtech 4 link,20in mkw,37 nitto grapplers,mbrp duals
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yep what above said,you have to move the amp rear hing forward to the next set of holes and youll be fine
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ditto on the above two posts. I did same thing. move to next set of holes and adjust the steps to even out weight distribution when you step on the back portion.

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