Prototype Traction Bars

Discussion in 'Competition Camaros' started by tnt.racing, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. tnt.racing

    tnt.racing Veteran Member

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    Guys,
    Here are some new pictures of the bars that Lakewood is considering to produce. Thought you might like to see them first. Thanks to YD-LUZ!

    http://www.putfile.com/tntracing2/images/74632
     
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  2. Marks71BB

    Marks71BB Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Looks Bitchin!
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    Thanks for sharing
     
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    where do we find out more about them? Looked like they work good on the car in the video, 6.7 passes, and adjustable, i like tell me more.
     
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    Looks like alum. I beam...I could make a pair muself!!
    Hulk
     
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    I love how clean the underneath of that car is!
     
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    They look nice and light. I like the aluminum look. I see they have fixed a little flaw that could have been dangerous. Oh the al. spacers much nicer than lumber;).
     
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    Gary S Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

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    Am I seeing the picture wrong, or do they clamp to the rear of the spring? If they clamp on the spring, it is a bad thing. You never want to add a stress point at any place along a spring because it causes breakage.
    I am running my own home-made bars that are fully adjustable and do not clamp to the spring. If I can make some, many of you can too, and likely they will be as good as buying high priced stuff.
     
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    bars

    Marks71BB--thanks
    zipp11---You can email or pm me---tnt.racing@charter.net
    Old School--thanks
    HULKZ28--yes it is an aluminum I beam
    jester1--few changes--everything is great now. I love them. Lakewood made the spacers for me.
    Gary S--they attach just like the old chrome slapper bars.
     
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    Sweet! I definitely want to know more about them and when they are releasing them.
     
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    That's what I was thinking...LOL. :confused:
     

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