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Old 12-06-2013, 09:10 PM
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Adjustable trac bar? Pan rod bar?

So ive been looking gor an adjustable trac bar to go with my fabtech 3.5" hanger lift. I was origibally looking at the fabtech one to go with it. But on the icon site they have something called an adjustable pan rod trac bar. Is this the same thing? It looks top notch. Didnt want to pay for a full icon lift kit but maybe i could spring the extra 80 for their trac bar? Is it worth it? 2002 f350 going to 20" platinum wheels with 295/65r20 toyo a/t 2
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Get in touch with Trevor at Precision Metal Fabrication. People say his stuff is top notch.

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Yes track bar or pan rod bar is the same thing.

Best made IMO is the Icon, we carry them. PM me if I can help.
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Yes track bar or pan rod bar is the same thing.

Best made IMO is the Icon, we carry them. PM me if I can help.
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Old 03-18-2015, 05:39 PM
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Adjustable is great but extra$$ and if your axle is already centered it is not needed

you can talk to Trevor ( I would/did ) they also have non adjustable or heck you may not need an upgrade at all
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I have cut, extended, sleaved, and welded a stock bar at the proper loaded-suspension lenth. Worked fine for the past 4 years.

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