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Competition Engineering 2109

Competition Engineering Leaf Spring Traction Bars 1965-73 Ford Mustang

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Leaf Spring Traction Bars
  • 1965-73 Ford Mustang
  • Powdercoated Black
  • Competition Engineering 2109 Details

    Leaf Spring Traction Bars

  • Ford

    Uses U-bolts in place of J-bolts

  • Specifications:

    Quantity
    Sold as a kit
    Mounting Hardware Included
    Yes
    Traction Bar Finish
    Black powdercoated
    Traction Bar Material
    Steel
    Snubber Color
    Black
    Snubber Material
    Rubber
    Shipping Weight:
    31.00
    Package Height:
    30.500
    Package Width:
    9.000
    Package Depth:
    8.750
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    C2109

    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. .


    Features
  • Legal in all sanctioning bodies
  • Fixture-welded bars fit perfectly
  • All necessary installation hardware included
  • Snubber under spring eye for maximum traction
  • Developed specifically for Stock Eliminator & bracket race cars with leaf springs
  • Square U-bolt bracket on front designed to keep from rotating during hard braking
  • 1/2" J-bolts included where required (1/2" U-bolts supplied to replace stock hardware)
  • Improves traction & eliminates wheel hop by directing force downward where tires meet the pavement
  • 2.5" x 2.5" x .120" steel tubing (powdercoated black or triple chrome-plated) can withstand up to 450 horsepower

    JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need.

  • Would still like to know how long the bars are, specifically the distance from the centering hole to the front snubber hole.

    Asked by: MustangRobby
    21-5/32''
    Answered by: SteveM
    Date published: 2017-12-28

    How long are the bars? Are J-bolts included as well as U-bolts? Will U-bolts fit a 3" rear axle tube?

    Asked by: MustangRobby
    This Ford traction bar comes with U-bolts. They are made to fit a 2 7/8" rear end housing diameter. You can click on the instruction tab on the web page for more information.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-12-22
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