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Old 12-18-2011, 02:02 PM
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Is there someone that makes a traction bar similiar to cal trac but less expension .

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I would prefer to buy something that is made and ready to bolt on . I keep thinking someone will come up with something similiar to cal trac but less cost .Cal tracs are heavy made for all out drag racing .
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I built my own. Not really much to them if you have some fabrication & welding skills.
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Thanks For taking your time to send me the pics. Looks like a great job .
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try this link for plans
http://www.hotrodsandhemis.com/Traction.html
I think the most cost would be in the heim joints.
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Thanks for the information . I'll check it out .
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