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Old 05-07-2007, 05:11 AM   #1
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I had a rear trac bar made Trac bar but it only fits the 2004 and under chassis. retiredenforcer has this,its his buddies creation and is built very well.Because I wanted the trac bar asap I bought it locally and installed it myself.Not to bad,just needed a high torque impact wrench. It is one of the best mods by far.MH drives straight as an arrow.Handeling has improved and blow by from trucks has reduced .Best part is no more boat action when I pull into my driveway.
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I had a rear trac bar made Trac bar but it only fits the 2004 and under chassis. retiredenforcer has this,its his buddies creation and is built very well.Because I wanted the trac bar asap I bought it locally and installed it myself.Not to bad,just needed a high torque impact wrench. It is one of the best mods by far.MH drives straight as an arrow.Handeling has improved and blow by from trucks has reduced .Best part is no more boat action when I pull into my driveway.
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Old 05-13-2007, 02:31 PM   #3
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Frankie put mine on yesterday...it seams the boat action has decreased also and the rear end feels tight. Ill let you know what I think of it when I get back from memorial day at Bourne. So far I like the trac bar!
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