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Don’t let things get out of hand – or out of place – the next time you drop the hammer out on the open road. Bring out the maximum potential from your drivetrain by installing a pair of traction bars down below. Expertly designed to eliminate meddlesome wheel hop and axle wrap, these high-quality suspension systems are equipped with articulating heim joints that can be re-greased and rebuilt over time – so forget about replacing them anytime soon.
There's a lot your 4x4 can take, but one thing you don't want to ignore is a clunky ride – that feeling that one or more of your components is missing way more than hitting. Wheel hop and axle wrap are some of the most common and harmful ailments that can affect your undercarriage, the first being the most obvious as your ride bounces at speed. Axle wrap is unwanted suspension movement that knocks your pinion angle out of whack. Prevent drivetrain breakage with a brand-new set of traction bars from AutoAnything. Compatible with factory and aftermarket overload springs or suspension air bags, these fully-equipped suspension systems work great with stock and lifted applications. All of our traction bars ship free and come backed by our 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee.
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Pro Comp Traction Bars
07 Ram 1500
The package was beat to pieces. I was skeptic a first. The bars had chips of the finish knocked off it shipping I would guess. There was no clarification on which side was left or right. I went ahead and installed vs having to file a damage claim and wait for more to come in and possibly end up the same way. I'll also add the fact that the mounting kit I had to order was damaged also and it had one bracket that I had to modify because it was the incorrect. View more reviews...
Posted By Randall R (COLUMBIA, SC) / February 25, 2020
2007 Dodge Ram
Tuff Country Traction Bars
Work for now!!
These are a nice fix to axle wrap on a lifted truck but I would not expect theses to fix the problem completely or last for a long period of time. If you have a truck with a 6" or larger lift spend the money on proper ladder/track bars. View more reviews...
Posted By Jeff R (Louisville, KY) / March 6, 2019
2002 Ford F-250