When combined with the traction bars, reduces axle wrap without restricting suspension articulation.
Easy installation Made an improvement in rear suspension and looks tough
It's a mounting kit, there isn't too much I can say about it. The finish looks great and when paired with the actual traction bars really really fixed my suspension. I have the pro comp 6" stage 1 kit with the mx6 adjustable shocks. My truck rode like garbage every time it his the smallest bump. The bars really softened up the rear to where I can hit a speed bump and not roll the other side of the truck. For the price and what you get, I don't think you can beat it.
Q: Yes I have a 2005 Ford f350 short bed crew cab. I already have the mounting kit for the truck. Which set of bars would I need length wise. And a part number. Thank You Mark Answer this question
A: Hello Ryder For your 2005 F350 crew cab you need traction bar part number EXP72400B. Thank You for your question Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts
Answered by RK on 09/11/2015
Q: I have a 2006 f250 with six inches of lift. Will these mounts work on my truck even if I'm not using pro comp traction bars Answer this question
A: Hello Jacob, Thank you for asking. The Pro Comp Suspension Traction Bar Mounting Kit are designed to work with the Pro Comp bars only.
Answered by Robert on 01/11/2015
Q: i have a 2005 f250 crew cab short bed , i already have the trac bars and mounting brackets is there any way i can just order the bushings and bolts for them? Answer this question
A: Thanks for the question Marcos. Pro Comp Suspension Traction Bar Mounting Kit EXP72099B The replacement bushings are going to be part # EXP90-6163. Thank you Answer box sales
Answered by RK on 10/03/2014
Q: I have a 2000 F350 crew cab longbed with 6" lift. What length bars do I need to order with these brackets to make work on my truck? Answer this question
A: Hello A, Thank you for the question. You will need EXP72400B and EXP71200B
Answered by RK on 03/23/2014
Q: Hello, I have a 2012 F-350 Crew Cab Long Bed. I just looked at the PDF instruction manual, I see the rear axle mount gets installed with the rear block and leaf springs. My concern is I added a 2" leaf spring and my u-bolts only have 2 threads showing (I think I'm maxed out on my u-bolts) how thick is the Pro-Comp mount? Also I heard there is a secondary way to mount the Pro-Comp to the rear axle? Ty Mike Answer this question
A: Hello Mike, Thank you for the question. The mounts are 1/4" thick. You will need to upgrade to a longer u-bolt kit. I'm unaware of any other mounting options.
Answered by RK on 02/25/2014
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