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Competition Engineering Leaf Spring Traction Bars 1965-73 Ford Mustang

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Leaf Spring Traction Bars
  • 1965-73 Ford Mustang
  • Powdercoated Black
  • Free Shipping - Ships directly from the manufacturer on 03/06/20
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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.

    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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