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Old 09-10-2010, 08:32 AM
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2008 f250 traction bars

Looking for suggestions on traction bars for 08 f250 6.4 ext. cab short bed. Spartaned tuned 4" superlift. I was looking at superlift but come to find out the part number they have listed is just that, a part number they have listed. Not even in production yet, backordered and dont know how long. My other choice I was looking at were the pro comps but not sure if they are any good? I dont want to spend a 1000 bucks on bars either. I need to get rid of my axle wrap, I wont even horse on the truck of do sled pulls until I get a set in there. It wraps pretty bad without them. Just seems it is hard to find them for these trucks yet?
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Spatel23 is very happy with his Farmboy Fab bars and I don't believe they high in price like the OUO bars. Maybe he will chime in. I had Pro Comp bars on my truck at stock height and wasn't happy with them at all (came off yesterday actually because I sold them). I still had a lot of axle wrap.....but they will work better on a truck with a 4-6" lift because that is what they are designed for.
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Spatel23 is very happy with his Farmboy Fab bars and I don't believe they high in price like the OUO bars. Maybe he will chime in. I had Pro Comp bars on my truck at stock height and wasn't happy with them at all (came off yesterday actually because I sold them). I still had a lot of axle wrap.....but they will work better on a truck with a 4-6" lift because that is what they are designed for.
what about a 2in procomp lift? will i see any benefit out of procomps trac bars?
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what about a 2in procomp lift? will i see any benefit out of procomps trac bars?
Is the rear changed at all, or does the rear still have the stock block?
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it has a 1 1/2 in block plus the stock block. so 3 1/2 total
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it has a 1 1/2 in block plus the stock block. so 3 1/2 total
So your truck has a block on top of another block? I would avoid that and get a single 3.5" or 4" rear block that can be drilled for the traction bars to work. I don't think doing a set of traction bars would be smart with 2 blocks on top of each other. I don't think that is smart period.....but I don't know enough about lift and what not to say for sure.
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I like the OUO Traction blocks...haven't heard one bad thing about them.
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How do i get ahold of farm boy fab? website is gone.
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How do i get ahold of farm boy fab? website is gone.
PM Spatel23....he should be able to send you in the right direction.
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We have a pretty solid setup. There are a few members on here that can chime in as far as real world feedback. My opinion might be a little biased, lol.

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