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Who has some? If you got some, let's see 'em. This one isn't mine (as is made evident by the 44" DCs, 'Mog axles, white paint and cut-out flares), but it seems easy enough. Thought I'd post it for someone who was thinking about building some and needed some ideas.
 

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Seems that way.
 

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it definitely does look bent, but that is one hell of place to mount a light. seems like it would get covered in mud or be shattered by a rock.
 

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he used a ford factory radius arm mount for it.
but why use that style when you can build one thats way more effective, out of the way, wprks great and doesnt limit flex like i did?
also simple and cheap...
 

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your mount does look alot better, BA. could his mount be the reason why his trac-bar is bent?
 

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Both of the arms are bent that way. they are bent in so the angle they go through the bushing is less severe and dont bind as much. They other one appears staight because the picture is perfectly inline with the bend.
 

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I've got some James Duff Trac bars for an EB that I'm going to try and use when I lift my truck. Don't have any pics of them yet, but I will when I do the lift. Whenever that will be. But they are over and under like badass without the sheetmetal. I also plan on putting the end through some sort of shackle to help with flex without loosing to much effectiveness against axle wrap. I'll have a lot of pics when I do the install, just have to finish getting all my parts together.
 
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