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    Name: Bruce

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    Used Lakewood traction bars

    Replaced my Lakewood traction bars for a set of Stifflers. Looking to sell locally only at this point. Unknown mileage as they were on my truck when I purchased it. I did just recently replace both polyurethane snubbers with Energy Suspension replacements.
    Part number from JEGS.com 620-21715 if you want to check fitments or dimensions of the bars.

    Asking $75.00 plus any fees. Again, not looking to ship.

    Located in Summerville, SC 29485
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    Sold!

    Leaving price in original ad so folks have a reference.

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    Hello
    I am not interested in purchasing the Lakewood traction bars. Sorry

    But I am very interested your thought and opinion on after installing the Stifflers.

    What kit did you purcahse?

    I would sure appreciate your thoughts.

    Yes I am Canadian.

    2003 F150 Lightning Stock

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merf View Post
    Hello
    I am not interested in purchasing the Lakewood traction bars. Sorry

    But I am very interested your thought and opinion on after installing the Stifflers.

    What kit did you purcahse?

    I would sure appreciate your thoughts.

    Yes I am Canadian.

    2003 F150 Lightning Stock

    Thank you
    No worries as they are already sold... lol

    I really the the bars and recommend using a stepped drill bit to make the couple of necessary holes that are required. As for which kit I bought the ones I have now used from a friend but they are an earlier version of the Lightning traction bars that they sell now.

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