How does a Traction Bar Work?

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The axle tries to rotate under acceleration but the bars beneath it give traction. This makes the pinion more difficult and gives you the traction you need to keep it steady. You can find out more information here: www.hotrodsandhemis.com
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Used to connect to the front spring mount. The traction bar is hefty and works to help control the rotation of the rear axle under great speed. You can find more information here: www.timskelton.com
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Many high-performance cars and four-wheel-drive vehicles have leaf springs as part of the rear suspension. Leaf springs provide a more heavy-duty rear suspension than a coil spring
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They are bars which mount on the rear axle, under the leaf springs of a rwd car or truck. As you accelerate the torque will cause the axle rotate up at the front. The traction bar
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Roll in your vehicle is bad. It tends to put more weight on the outside
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Traction bars are just what they sound like. The purpose is to force the rear axel down and control its hop on rough acceleration. The higher the horsepower, the better they work.
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