Competition Engineering C2099 Slide-A-Link Traction Bar, 62-67 Nova
Cut half a tenth off of your 60 ft. times with a Competition Engineering Slide-A-Link traction bar. Their innovative telescoping design gives you two full inches of adjustability when setting pinion angle and spring preload. This gives you more control over front-end lift and weight transfer, so you can make quick, easy, on-car adjustments to track conditions
- Special urethane bushings that store energy to prevent unloading between shifts
- Replacement lower axle mount pads
- 1/2 inch U-bolts
- Aluminum front spring eye bushings
- Complete instructions
- Fits 1962-67 Nova
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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