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Increase steering stability and reduced tire wear!

BDs fully Adjustable Track Bar keeps the Ford Super Dutys front axle in line with the frame. The high strength 1-5/8 Track Bar and Stamp Forged Rod End are heat treated and coated with Black Chromate that lasts twice as long as Yellow Chromate, does not flake like powder coated bars, plus, protects the threads from seizing. Designed for stock height all the way up to 8" lifts, the reversed thread on each end of the bar can be adjusted while mounted on the truck.

BDs Adjustable Track Bar corrects axle alignment on lifted trucks, prevents dog tracking and wandering - provides a more positive steering feel! Installation kit comes with long lasting and easily replaceable high strength, high durometer poly urethane bushing. BDs Adjustable Track Bar is the perfect solution for steering stability and reduced tire wear.

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BDs fully Adjustable Track Bar keeps the Ford Super Dutys front axle in line with the frame. The high strength 1-5/8 Track Bar and Stamp Forged Rod End are heat treated and coated with Black Chromate that lasts twice as long as Yellow Chromate, does not flake like powder coated bars, plus, protects the threads from seizing. Designed for stock height all the way up to 8" lifts, the reversed thread on each end of the bar can be adjusted while mounted on the truck.

BDs Adjustable Track Bar corrects axle alignment on lifted trucks, prevents dog tracking and wandering - provides a more positive steering feel! Installation kit comes with long lasting and easily replaceable high strength, high durometer poly urethane bushing. BDs Adjustable Track Bar is the perfect solution for steering stability and reduced tire wear.

Ad the BD CAM CASTER KIT for even greater driving comfort.

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Have trouble keeping your Ford truck driving straight?

Oversize tires, suspension lift kits or just levelling the truck is likely the cause!
Alterations like installation of a suspension lift or levelling kit can cause the steering pivot axis and tire position to swing rearward resulting in negative castor. This results in wandering, wobble, pulling and stiff steering. Even larger tires can exaggerate the problem and require more positive castor adjustment than the stock truck is capable of.

Caster is the angle to which the steering pivot axis is tilted forward or rearward from vertical, as viewed from the side. If the pivot axis is tilted backward (that is, the top pivot is positioned farther rearward than the bottom pivot) then the caster is positive; if it's tilted forward then the caster is negative. Conventional steering systems are designed with a positive caster angle to achieve good self-centering of the wheels while driving.

By installing BD's Cam Caster Adjustor Kit on the radius control arms of the Ford 2005-2010 Super Duty pick-ups (Diesel or gas), correcting the caster to a more positive angle is made easier.

The Cam Caster Adjustor kit will help prevent a number of potential steering problems and have your rig driving straight again!

Reduces tire cupping and helps steering wheel return to center!

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