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Old 05-30-2008, 10:37 AM
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traction bars?!?

i have axle wrap really bad on my 96 with a 4inch lift and i need to know who and where i can get traction bars from. i have been challenged by a duraturd to a pull off and i would like to get this problem taken cARE Of first?!?!?
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Old 05-30-2008, 07:23 PM
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Wink

Here's a beefed up version of the discontinued Rancho Bars,......

LFP True 58 Torque Arm Traction Bar Kit [LFP-1022] - $349.95 : Lightning Force Performance
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just found this on another thread. Got a 2wd? Want to race? Got questions? Join me in my quest of knowledge.
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That Calvert looks pretty neat and simple.
Pro Comp make a decent one.
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Here's a beefed up version of the discontinued Rancho Bars,......

LFP True 58 Torque Arm Traction Bar Kit [LFP-1022] - $349.95 : Lightning Force Performance
I don't think that set would articulate enough on a 4x4 truck.
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yea they dont seem like they would help much
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Ive got a set of ladder bars on my 95 from tuff country the price isnt too bad and they work great, I installed them after shearing both my rear centering pins and having my rear axle slide backwards
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Ive got a set of ladder bars on my 95 from tuff country the price isnt too bad and they work great, I installed them after shearing both my rear centering pins and having my rear axle slide backwards
Any pics?
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Old 06-02-2008, 10:54 AM
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This is the Tuff Country set. They work pretty good, and I like how they are on top and out of the way. I dont have them in stock for that truck, but I could get them no problem.

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Old 06-02-2008, 10:58 AM
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Patrick,

Yes, but that isn't a pic on a OBS truck, that is a SuperDuty.

I was looking for pics on a OBS truck, Thanks!
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