Universal 60" Wheel-E-Bars Universal 80" Single Wheel-E-Bar
Universal Style Wheel-E-Bars
Wheelstands are exciting to watch but doesn't necessarily help a car achieve quick ETs. When wheelstands occur the car uses power that could be pushing the car forward which slows down 60' times. Competition Engineering recognized the problem and designed Wheel-E-Bars to obtain the most out of your vehicle. Wheel-E-Bars use the force generated when a car begins to do a wheelstand to get maximum traction and speed. Converting rotational energy into forward energy allows for quicker ETs.
Designed for 24" wide housing mounts, these universal wheel-e-bars allow the professional chassis builder to fabricate bars to fit a specific vehicle (60" long tubes can be cut to your desired length). Bars are mild steel or aluminum (weighs 5 pounds less) and mount to existing 4-link housing brackets. To increase strength, the necessary material to install an upper crossbrace is included.
Designed to fit any application, this single wheel-e-bar is ideal for both professional and amateur chassis builders. The lower tube and wheel pocket are fixture welded in-house for perfect alignment while still letting the builder cut to the desired length. The 1" OD x .065" wall chrome moly tubing is strong yet light, and two high-misalignment rod ends allow the bar to adjust to any rear axle housing without a tubing bender.
Universal 60" Wheel-E-Bars
Universal 80" Single Wheel-E-Bar
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