Ladder Bar Kit Includes:
- (2) Safety Loop Kits
- (4) 3/16" Thick Steel Housing Brackets
- (2) 3/4" Rod Ends
- (4) 5/8" Rod Ends
Cross Member Kit Includes:
- Ladder Bar Cross Member Brackets
Suspension Control & Optimal Traction
For Street Rod and Drag Race applications JEGS Ladder Bars are the perfect addition to your rear suspension. Less complicated and easier to set up than a four link; and complete with safety loops, required by NHRA.
JEGS Adjustable Ladder Bars allows for quick adjustment of pinion angle and pre-load.
Will this work on my 1966 C10 pickup
Whats the length
I'm wanting to put this set in a 1986 Chevrolet C10. Is everything in this kit all that I need?
What is the diameter of the circular weld-on area of the axle brackets? I have a 64 Ford Fairlane 8" rear axle housing. Will these work on that?
Would this work on my 78 monza
I'm installing this setup on a 59 Chevy stepside truck. Do I have to weld the plates to the axle in the orientation that the picture is (hanging downward) for correct operation or can I invert the plates so they mount upwards for more ground clearance?
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