Lakewood 21607 Traction Bars, Street/Strip, 1970-1981 Camaro/Firebird
70-81 Chevy Camaro, 70-81 Pontiac Firebird, Steel Traction Bar Material, Black Powdercoated
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for Lakewood Industries to ship this item.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
HolleyDAYS are here again! SAVE up to 20% on this part and hundreds of other Holley brands during the 2018 HolleyDAYS sale 11/15/18-12/31/18.Lakewood has traction bars that are designed specifically for 1970.5 to 1981 Camaro and Firebird. These are a bolt on bars that will stabilize the rear end. Works great for off roading and on the streets, especially during wet weather. They assist to reduce spring wrap up, tire spin and wheel hop. This pair of traction bars are black powdercoated with yellow polyurethane snubbers. The powder coating gives a good looking finish while also reducing corrosion. Other applications available.
These Lakewood street/strip traction bars are manufactured from powder-coated steel and fit GM F-body.
- Fits 1970.5 To 1981 Camaro And Firebird
- Bolt On Bars
- Black Powedercoated
- Sold In Pairs
- Mounting Hardware Included
More Like This
Lakewood 21150 Competition Traction Bars, GM, Steel
Lakewood 20470 Traction Bars, Universal, 28 Inch, Chrome Plated Steel
Lakewood 20475 Traction Bars, 28 Inch, Universal, Steel, Yellow
Lakewood 22026 Traction Bars, Universal, 30 Inch
Speedway Chrome Traction Bars
Q & A
Get up to date with the latest rule change and successfully update your sprint car support bars with the help of our very own Jason Martin!
In this episode, Project Chevelle gets coilovers and a much-needed altitude adjustment. Watch as we install QA1 bolt-on coilover kits front and rear, then dial in the perfect stance and shock settings. Our old Chevelle is really starting to look mean!
AccuAir and Speedway Motors team up to bring you a video series explaining the basics of air suspension. Watch these videos to get a better understanding of air suspension.
In this article, Heath P. talks about one of the most important parts of a hot rod, the front axle. He will walk you through the history of the front axle and how to properly assemble it for your car.
How to replace sway bars in a Mercury Comet and the advantages that come with it.
Check out this coil-over mounting guide to learn about determining your spring rate, compensating for mounted angle, and measuring a replacement shock accurately.
Speedway Street Tech Kevin goes over the install of the TCI 1949-54 Chevy Car Rear Leaf Spring Kit on his '54 BelAir sedan.