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tuff country traction bars

hey guys im wanting to pick me up some traction bars but i dont want to spend a butt load of money on them. i found these tuff country ones for a pretty reasonable price. what do you guys think of these? i know some of u are gonna say pmf or ouo, but i just dont have that kind of money to spend on traction bars. 300 to 400 is about my limit.
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Old 08-10-2010, 06:14 AM
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Contact Trevor at PMF (sponsor on here). Hes got some quality stuff.
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hey guys im wanting to pick me up some traction bars but i dont want to spend a butt load of money on them. i found these tuff country ones for a pretty reasonable price. what do you guys think of these? i know some of u are gonna say pmf or ouo, but i just dont have that kind of money to spend on traction bars. 300 to 400 is about my limit.
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Contact Trevor at PMF (sponsor on here). Hes got some quality stuff.
uh, Clay?
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uh, Clay?
lol, guess i didn't read the whole post...
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haha thats ok. im just lookin for something good at a reasonable price. i can always upgrade later. the lift and wheels and tires almost tapped me out. lol
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