do you mean traction bars? The front end has a "track bar" that keeps the front end centered.
For tractions bars, glacier Diesel power makes a good set. I have the superlift ones, and would recommend the GDP bars instead. The superlift ones didnt' seem to make that much difference on my rig. I know john barber (jbarker) on here has some traction bars he sells too. I definitely recommend talking to him. He is always ready and willing to help. He, along with Jason at Dieselnut.com, are my go to guys.
If you're handy with a welder, search "ladder bars" on here. We've had many dicussions about making your own. I've made some and were very good. Basicaly identical to the one in the link above. Build them yourself for less than $100.
ive got the GDP set and they are wicked. Virtually eliminated the wheel hop and helped out alot with hookin up! Also, they look awesome.. im always gettin asked "what are those neat lookin bars for?"
I definitely cant complain! :thumbsup :thumbsup
Id love to 800 is alot of money, Ill ask some guys around here and see if i have any luck. there must be somebody. BTW im lovin the avatar. Exspecially out here on the west coast thats a phrase we use often!! haha
HAHA! Thanks. You gotta know somebody that welds? Just ask around. Find somebody at a fab shop and bribe him with cash for a after hours job. It'll only take him about 10 min. to weld the ends up. It's really simple. There's alot of info in that thread. Just read up!!
check out Farmboy Fabrications 2007 . Jesse Todd (the owner/operator) made his first dodge set for me a couple years back. All very high quality tubing and hemi joints. Weld to the frame and axle tubes. Under $500 for em shipped to my door and painted my color choice. Had no problems with em. Definitely helped my ram go straight.
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