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Old 10-10-2012, 01:00 PM
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PMF Traction Blocks

I picked up a 2.5" Ready Lift kit with trac bar relocation bracket for a good price and now I want to get 4" traction blocks. I'm thinking PMF because try seem the best for the price. Anyone have any input or where to get a good deal on them?


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Why not just call the man directly?
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Old 10-10-2012, 05:57 PM
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I was going to just didn't know if someone had a better deal. I haven't had time to make the call during regular business hours. I'll probably make the call tomorrow.
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I think Trevor is the only person you can buy them from unless you find a used set.
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Deal with Trevor direct.
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PM what they end up costing you. I was gonna get OUO bars, then seeing the price was over 1000, then i checked out PMF and the bars start out at like 800 then by the time you put in its a long bed and all that its over 900. Im thinking to just get newtons bars, he has beefed them up and his cust. service was great with my leveling kit.
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I got the OUO bars, and I gotta say,one of my best purchases. Yeah its a lot up front (I actually got a deal on them, when I got my Icon leveling kit, only had to pay $600 for them, total with Icon was something like $3500 but that is a Stg 4 Icon kit). Everywhere I go guys are always asking about the bars, They are a real attention grabber. They are also super strong, my mechanic went through 3 drill bits installing them.

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Old 10-11-2012, 12:59 PM
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There are a ton of price options with ours to try and fit everyones budgets and needs. Our base kit runs $550 for a short bed stage 1 weld on and goes up from there.

Newton sells a decent product. I have talked to him on the phone and he seemed like a nice enough guy. But there is a different level of product between what we sell and his. Everything we sell is Cad designed and laser cut and comes with a powdercoated finish. You also have to consider what joints are used, type of tubing, and overall product/design.

Its good to see some options and competition in the market. It will keep us all on our game! As always, if there is anything I can assist with about our product, Im here!
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Old 10-11-2012, 04:53 PM
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Ordered! Thanks Trevor. Can't wait til they get here!


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Thanks for the business! I will get them busted out ASAP!
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