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Old 03-04-2003, 06:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok ive seen traction bars on fullsize chevys and i dont like how those are set up so close to the ground. ive also seen one on a toyota somewhere with a traction bar on top of the axle and bolted to a shackle. looked kinda funky but i guess it worked for him. my question is does this setup limit wheel travel/articulation? my s10 leafs (53") are kinda flimsy and i can almost feel them twistin a bit. anyone got any pics or specs of this or know anything about this setup?
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