Competition Engineering 2109 Details
Leaf Spring Traction Bars
Uses U-bolts in place of J-bolts
Competition Leaf Spring Traction Bars are designed for Stock Eliminator and bracket race cars with leaf springs. A vehicle's stock rear suspension may be adequate for stock engines and street tires, but it just can't provide the traction needed for increased horsepower. These traction bars eliminate wheel hop and improve grip by applying the force (that normally produces unwanted axle rotation) downward. Sturdy 2.5'' x 2.5'' x .120'' wall steel tubing handles up to 450 HP. Bars are fixture welded to ensure a perfect fit for every application. .
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Would still like to know how long the bars are, specifically the distance from the centering hole to the front snubber hole.
How long are the bars? Are J-bolts included as well as U-bolts? Will U-bolts fit a 3" rear axle tube?
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