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Old 07-01-2010, 06:34 PM
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bolt on traction bars

are there any completely bolt on kits?i havent found any but i thought i would ask.if so any recommendations?
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My Pro Comp's are bolt on, but require drilling in the frame. OUO has a bolt on kit that will also require drilling.
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Are you looking to lift your truck at all? Or just add traction bars? We have a bolt on kit that incorporates the block with the traction bar mount. At the front of the bar, there is a floating shackle that allows your suspension to fully cycle without any binding what so ever. With as nice as the newer trucks ride, you dont wanna mess that up! We just came out with a different style of bar (second pic) this is standard on all kits now.
Full kits start at $725

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These are the ones from NotStock (Precision Metal Fab)
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ive looked at those and im not really looking to go lifted i mean i guess if i cant find anything i could do your 2.5 block kit but im gonna look around first.i think yall make a good product and im definitely considering it
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Those second set of bars look just like the ones in my garage!!!
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My Pro Comp's are bolt on, but require drilling in the frame. OUO has a bolt on kit that will also require drilling.
i couldnt find brackets for the procomp bars,got any links?ill search for ouo myself.thanx for the help.i dont mind drilling the frame i just dont care for welding,i know i know seems weird considering welds are stronger but at the same time they are also permanent.
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Those second set of bars look just like the ones in my garage!!!
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Are they gonna sit in the garage as long as mine did????
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Are they gonna sit in the garage as long as mine did????
Probably!! i am hoping by the end of july if the funds flow right my dog got hit by a car and the vet bled me dry!!!
They are very stout i will say that i bet the ups man hates Trevor!
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