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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-14-2006, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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Adjustable Track Bar for 05/06

Does any one make one yet? I have a leveling kit and want to center the axle back up

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theyre kinda steep, but DR makes one for $275

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Dont like the front end pulled wayyy over to the drivers side look? Btw, Im still working on my lil 7.3 project..:Thumbup:

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No I want to get it centered back up. It's really noticable since I put new tires and wheels on it.
I think I am going to make my own shouldn't be very difficult


I am still working on getting you a cooler

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Squatch Just wondering what size wheels and tires you have on your truck, what is your back spacing and is there any rubbing?:Thumbup:
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Sorry it took so long to reply. I was out of town for a while. I have 35x12.50x18 BFG Mud Terrains on Eagle Alloy 186 18x9 with a 5in. backspace. With a 2.5in leveling kit I had to pull back the inner fenderwell and modify my mudflaps (ford molded flaps). Under normal driving on the road they do not rub but I think they would rub if I went through a ditch or something off camber while turning. A wheel with a 6in. backspacing would not rub. I was just looking for a little wider stance a wheel with some depth to it not just a flat surface.

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I was going to buy a tie rod sleeve off like a 99 to 04 superduty or drag link? I cant remember, and have it turned down and threaded to match the sleeve threads.

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theyre kinda steep, but DR makes one for $275
whats the part number for this?:thanks: never mind i found it dr 6-4030

looks like i gotta spend more money.
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