Ladder Bar Rear Kits - 24"
Hook up and win... right out of the box!
These kits save hours of fabrication time. Each is welded on precise jigs for expert accuracy. 28" kits are available unwelded to cut/customize the width.
|Specially Engineered Profile Clears Suspension & Axle Components while Accommodating Low Ride Height & Wide Tires|
|2" x 3" Crossmember||Mandrel Formed for Uniform Profile; 3.5" Drop Center Makes Crossmember Adaptable to Almost Any Chassis; 60" Wide|
|Diagonal Link||3/4" OD DOM Steel with 1/2" Spherical Rod Ends for Easy In-Chassis Adjustment|
|Driveshaft Loop||1-1/8" OD Mandrel Formed Round Tube Contains Driveshaft During U-Joint Failure|
|Shock Crossmember||High-Strength, Lightweight Tubular Design|
|Ladder Bars||32" Overall Length Includes Forged 3/4" Steel Rod Ends with Safety Brackets and 3/16" Mounting Plates|
|Ladder Link||Double Adjustable Ladder Bars; 32" Overall Length Includes 3/4" Forged Steel Rod Ends with Safety Cable, Bracket Option, and Mounting Gussets|
|Provides 6" of Ride Height Adjustment|
Is 24" the outside to outside measurement?
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