Lakewood 21700 Traction Bars, Action Lift Bars, Camaro/Firebird 82-02
82-02 Chevy Camaro, 82-02 Pontiac Firebird, Steel Traction Bar Material, Black Powdercoated
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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.Utilizing axle torque to lift and load the chassis, these traction action lift bars from Lakewood force the rear tires downward to transfer power to the pavement. These bars are built from heavy gauge steel tubing construction to prevent flex or bending, greasable polyurethane bushings for positive suspension control and durability. These bars are designed for the 1982 to 2002 Camaro/Firebird. They are legal for the NHRA Stock Eliminator classes. Bolt on replacement for factory rear lower control arms. Powdercoated black finish. Sold in pairs. Hardware included. Other applications available.
These Lakewood traction action lift bars are manufactured from powder-coated steel and fit 1982-2002 GM F-Body.
- Fits 1982 To 2002 Camaro/firebird
- Legal For NHRA Stock Eliminator Classes
- Bolt On Replacement For Lower Control Arms
- Black Powdercoating
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