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Has anyone used these traction blocks yet? Anyone have an opinion on them?

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There are plenty of our trucks out there with OUO traction bars installed. I'm sure they work great. But personally I like PMF bars better. Great product. Cheaper than OUO bars.


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OUO make great products for a price.

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Yes they work great. In my opinion they are the only ones that actually work. Once you get the parts in your hands you will realize they were worth it. Very nice product. They don't make any noises either like others.

I just put some on my Dad's stock truck. He was pretty excited about them. They were super easy to just bolt on. You get what you pay for.





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You will get some axle wrap with a heavy trailer, I can feel it when towing my gooseneck with some heavy equipment. My Deavers will wrap enough to make the tires rub the front of the rear fender well if I give it too much throttle on aceleration.
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I'm looking into caltrac bars. Fraction of both pmf and ouo. I don't believe they are crappy but we ll see .

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I'm looking into caltrac bars. Fraction of both pmf and ouo. I don't believe they are crappy but we ll see .
Yes they are, but they will make noise. They don't work in reverse, say if you were backing up a trailer. They store energy... I used to have a video until it was deleted off youtube of a caltracs equipped truck hopping/bouncing down the road, the rear wheels actually got air. I think there is even a photo somewhere of the WOP truck with air time at the drag strip.

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I wish I had saved it. I think someone caught wind of it and had it removed. The guy had a gopro watching his rear end and had it do it a couple times. It was pretty wild.

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Had never heard of caltrac until about a week ago while reading diesel power. Seen a few trucks running them.

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