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Old 07-19-2009, 02:34 PM
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fellas i need some advice on traction bars since I installed my dual disk clutch and since doing that and running 20s i am having some serious axle wrap... So what i wanna know is where to get them from or who to have make them??? thanks guys

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If you have a welder and some time you can save a lot of money if you build them yourself
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I can get my hands on one but my skill is pretty limited...
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Old 07-19-2009, 02:43 PM
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im gunna get the one up offroad traction block. sweet design but a little pricey.
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what do they run???
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I can get my hands on one but my skill is pretty limited...
Just make one of your employees do it
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about $1200 i think but it incorporates the lift block. it's a pretty beefy design. Oneupoffroad.com take a look
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here's a link to mine... hope its okay.

OUO Traction Bars Installed !! - Powerstroke Nation
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that ouo set up is awesome but 1200 it pretty steep!!! is there any other setups out there....
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that ouo set up is awesome but 1200 it pretty steep!!! is there any other setups out there....
Actually, starting price is about $560, you can customize exactly what you want here on this link.

One Up Offroad Configurable Traction Bars - 1999-2009 F250/350 & Excursion - Truck Toyz Store

Once you add bolt on, adjustable, tresses your looking at about $970 adding traction blocks will kick it up to $1200 or so.
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