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Old 04-25-2011, 12:24 PM
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Adjustable Trackbar

Has anyone found a good adjustable trackbar that they're using. I've heard that that the stock one is a weak link. Any thoughts? Hoping to cure the shimmy in my front end.
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I'm running the Icon trac bar and it's great!
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Old 04-25-2011, 04:08 PM
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We sell the Icon's..have you lifted your truck?
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Yes. 8" Fabtech. I'm starting to get a bit of wobble in the front end. Not sure if this would cure it or if it's out of alignment. I'm sure it's a little out, but I don't think that explains the wobble. What are the benefits of this bar?
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Fabtech has an adjustable track bar for your truck.

Best thing to do would be to add the readylift track bar bracket and then the adjustable bar.
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Old 04-26-2011, 04:47 AM
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Fabtech has an adjustable track bar for your truck.

Best thing to do would be to add the readylift track bar bracket and then the adjustable bar.
Being that he's already got the fabtech lift on, he probably has the 8'' drop bracket for the track bar so I'm not sure the readylift one would be necessary..... Otherwise one wheel would be all the way in the fender and the other would be all the way outside of it.....
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I have fabtechs adjustable tract bar, that thing is solid. no problems.
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Old 04-26-2011, 05:11 AM
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Being that he's already got the fabtech lift on, he probably has the 8'' drop bracket for the track bar so I'm not sure the readylift one would be necessary..... Otherwise one wheel would be all the way in the fender and the other would be all the way outside of it.....
You would be surprised what I have seen some shops do.

Was just passing the info along. Won't do that anymore.
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You would be surprised what I have seen some shops do.

Was just passing the info along. Won't do that anymore.
I agree. It's absolutely crazy what some shops do and think it is perfectly fine! Most folks don't know any better so it's always good to confirm.
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Pure performance and also PMF's adjustable track bar is probably the best i have seen made.
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