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One Up Offroad Traction Blocks at work

In this video we show A STOCK TRUCK WITH NO PERFORMANCE MODIFICATONS. We installed OUO 4" Parallel Traction Blocks & Traction Bars. We were not in a burn out contest. This media is to show how OUO's Patent Pending system controls Pinion wrap, drive away shudder & wheel hop without loss of articulation or travel. You can keep factory ride, load carrying, over-loads & bump stops. Get rid of that shudder, Put the power down and pull that load!
If you have not seen pinion wrap or can't grasp what it is, the rear axle rotates up in the front causing the drive lines u-joints to be out of phase causing the drive line to shake. This system only stops Pinion wrap, drive away shudder & wheel hop. It does not fix the carrier bearing shake from being too high or too low. Or worn out u joints or slip splines

Ordering info can be found here: One Up Offroad Ford Traction Bars

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