Lakewood 20470 Details
Universal Traction Bars
Designed to fit most leaf springs, these bars strengthen rear suspension and reduce wheel hop. They are constructed of heavy gauge rectangular steel tubing and feature MIG welded brackets for extra strength. Rubber snubbers, U-bolts, and installation hardware included.
Lakewood's rugged traction bars are designed for leaf spring suspensions. Use them on the street or strip to increase traction, eliminate wheel hop, and provide a better ride. Note: Not recommended for use with air shocks
Note: Not recommended for use with air shocks
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