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post #1 of 3 Old 10-24-2013, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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truck hopping on take off

got a little performance stuff done to my truck an raced my buddy an it started wheel hopping just wondering if anybody has built a tracksion bar. my truck is a dually 2wd 5speed


94.5 f350 dually
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yo is this thing on. lol


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There a pretty simple concept, essentially your just stoping the axle from twisting causing the spring to load and unload which is causing the hop. I'm new to the diesel scene but in the 4x4 world it's much better to have a single mount with heim joints on each end to alow the suspension to travel and articulate with out bind. Get on google and google search it for images, get ideas and make one or two if you want one on each side. Or you can shop around I'm sure there's some one who makes them.
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