This unit is not applicable in conjunction with a stabilizer bar. To avoid spring damage, this unit is not recommended for use with monoleaf springs. For competition bars only, use J-bolt kit #620-20580.
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
So is this traction bar the same length as part # 21150? In the picture they defiantly appear to be shorter, but you state that they are the same length.
Can you tell me the distance from the center of the large hole on the mounting pad, to the center on the middle bumper mounting hole?
What part # is best for a 1964 Chevy 11 Nova (V8)
Why doe's it suggested not to use with air shocks. It is OK to use with multi leaf springs? Lakewood 21606.
Does this set come with everything I need to bolt them up to my 68 nova? Or do I need to buy the J-bolt kit too?
I want a lakewood slapper bar non universal set that will work on a 55 chevy. What part number will work for me?
What is the difference between Lakewood 21150 and Lakewood 21606. I have a 73 Nova and want to order the correct one.
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