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Old 03-30-2012, 05:32 AM
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what trac bars for stock f250?

I've been looking for a traction bar kit for my stock 2003 f250. Most companies have them for lifted truck. Does anyone recommend a certain kit for my stock truck?
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Also would like to know about this. Subscribed
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I like the fabtech ones but they only have them listed for lifted trucks. On ebay there is a nice kit, I think It's called fat- boy trac bars, but they ask all kinds of questions before your order, like block size,etc. I just need a good simple kit for my stock truck.
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My dad has OUO bars on his 6.7, i personally wouldnt run anything but those.
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OUO with either a bolt-on or weld-on axle mount. I've used a few different brands/designs, and nothing compares to OUO for quality and performance. I was not impressed with Fabtech as I broke the mounts and cracked and bent the bars. Any floating design is not ideal for the high torque of modern diesel powered trucks.
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Good info beta.

What about cal tracs?

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Where do get the ouo trac bars from. I was on there website, there no section for track bars. Do i have to call to order?
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Old 03-30-2012, 12:14 PM
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I'm gonna go with the ouo trac bars. I'll call to make sure but it looks like the bolt-on ones are for a stock truck, since it does not ask for lift height and the pics dont show any lift block, etc.

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