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Old 04-29-2011, 06:23 AM
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Traction bars

whats a good cheap set of traction bars, i want the kind with straight square pipe and the exhaust clamp lookin thing on one end and the rubber stopper on the other end..i think there just universal..anyone just have a set kickin around they would sell cheap or just give to get outa there garage? ill pay shipping

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Look at Summit or Jegs....but you can't advertise or place "I want" on the forum, there's a classified section for that.
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IF their still in business, Lakewood makes a nice set about the cheapest. they bolt in on leaf springs with the rubber snubber you mention. An upgrade for tracction tuning is the J bars that go from the rear to the front over the axle for pre-loading the angle and when they make contact with the leafs for a straight launch off the line. If your not going to be racing a serious amount of power on the strip you shouldn't need the J bars.
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