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Gang, I got to looking up latter and traction bars and came across these: http://www.tuffcountry.com/miscellaneous/traction-bars.html I was wondering is anyone is running a set and if they do anything?? I like the idea of them not hanging down below the frame and they are pretty cheap. I don't plan to race/pull on a daily basis, I just want to help with the hop when I play around every now and then. Also might help when pulling trailer? Any feedback would be great!! Thanks, Winslow

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That pic is for 3rd gens the second gens still mount under the frame. I have had a set of the early style ladder bars from them and they are about the best investment I have ever made. Tuff country in my opinion is the best bang for the buck as far as traction/ladder bars goes. I have been thinking about a set of those but don't think they would be as effective as the bottom mount ones so have held off on them for now.

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That pic is for 3rd gens the second gens still mount under the frame. I have had a set of the early style ladder bars from them and they are about the best investment I have ever made. Tuff country in my opinion is the best bang for the buck as far as traction/ladder bars goes. I have been thinking about a set of those but don't think they would be as effective as the bottom mount ones so have held off on them for now.

Oh I guess I was thinking these mounted on the top.... well heck.... but for the price I might try them.:shrug:

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They do mount on top on the 3rd gens like the pic shows but the second gen style is still an under frame/axle setup.

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They do mount on top on the 3rd gens like the pic shows but the second gen style is still an under frame/axle setup.

I gotcha. Well I was hoping they mounted on top, but I guess on the bottom wouldn't be too bad. You think these would be worth it for me?:shrug:

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