LONGHORN FAB 201045-72-SG ULTIMATE SERIES TRACTION BARS 2003-2019 DODGE 5.9L/6.7L CUMMINS (SHORT BED)

LH201045-72-SG
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The Longhorn Fab 201045-72-SG Ultimate Series Traction Bars are built to stand up to the most extreme 2003-2019 Dodge 5.9L/6.7L Cummins applications. The factory u-bolts are not strong enough to handle the high torque and power of your modified Cummins. This is why the Longhorn Fab Traction Bar Kit flips the u-bolts and gives you a massive bottom axle plate. This allows you to increase strength of the rear end and add traction bars at the same time. 

Nearly every diesel has a wheel hop issue right off of the factory floor. Even under stock power levels this wheel hopping can cause extremely costly repairs, including broken driveshafts, broken axle pinion yokes, premature u-joint failure and wearing of suspension components. On top of these issues anytime the wheel hops, it is not touching the pavement. If it is not touching the pavement, youre not getting traction!

Longhorn Fab's Ultimate Series Traction Bars are insanely strong and feature 2" OD steel bars that are twice the thickness of standard traction bars. Longhorn Fab is so confident in their Traction Bars and Brackets that they back them with a lifetime warranty against bending and breaking, no matter the conditions, no matter the situation, no matter the horsepower rating. Front brackets are a through-bolt design. Includes traction bars and standard grade rod ends, 2 rear brackets, 2 front brackets, u-bolts, mounting hardware, and through bolts.
  
FEATURES: 
  • 3/8" Main Bracket 
  • Standard Grade Rod Ends 
  • 72" For Short Bed Models
  • 1/2" Leaf Spring Top Plate
  • 3/4" U-Bolts, Nuts & Washers 
  • No Welding Required, Installs With Simple Hand Tools 
  • 1/4" Formed Traction Bar Mount & Bracket Reinforcement
  • Extra Steel Added Where It's Needed Most For Improved Strength
Note: For proper u-bolt length, a measurement must be taken from the top of the axle, to the top of the leaf spring.