Lakewood 21606 Traction Bars, GM F/X Body, Street and Strip
Steel Traction Bar Material, Black Powdercoated, Rubber Snubber Material, Black
The Lakewood 21606 traction bar is designed for street or competition use at the drag strip on your GM F or X Body vehicle. These traction bars reduce wheel hop and dramatically increase your traction by strengthening the rear suspension. The included rubber snubbers provide better ride quality. This unit should not be used in conjunction with a rear stabilizer bar. To avoid spring damage, this unit is not recommended for use with monoleaf springs.
These Lakewood traction bars are manufactured from powder-coated steel and fit 1967-1969 GM F/ 1968-1974 X-Body.
- Reduces Wheel Hop And Increases Traction
- Powder coated For Durability
- Rubber Snubbers Provide A Better Ride
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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