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BDS doesn't waste their time building inferior products. If you use, maybe even abuse, your Ford, this track bar will take it, and its backed by BDS's no fine print warranty. Constructed from 1-3/8" solid steel stock, the track bar features fine threads and a pinch bolt style center turnbuckle to allow superior clamping and easy adjustment with the track bar installed on the vehicle.
The track bar is formed to mimic the OE shape for proper clearance and will fit both stock and lifted vehicles that use the original track bar mounts and/or drop brackets. The ends come machined, fully welded and gusseted for added strength. At the frame end, the bar uses greaseable, high-durometer polyurethane bushings for quiet operation. On the axle side you'll find a heavy duty ball joint pre-installed for quick easy installation.
- ManufacturerBDS Suspension
- Built from 1-3/8" solid steel stock
- Center turnbuckle adjustment w/ pinch bolt locking
- Greasable, high-durometer poly bushing (frame end)
- Heavy duty ball joint pre-installed (axle end)
- Can be used with a wide range of lift heights
- Compatible with stock and track bar drop brackets
- Will work with most other lift kits on the market besides BDS
- Designed to be adjustable between 0-4" of lift, or used in combination with a track bar bracket for larger lift kits
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Can your adjustable track bar be used with stock height 2018 F350? Can it be adjusted to equal the length of the OEM unit? Others are approx. 3/4"" too long.?
These as noted are designed to be adjustable between 0-4"" of lift, or used in combination with a track bar bracket for larger lift kits. -AW
I ordered a 2” leveling kit a while back it was a bds came with caster shims track bar relocation bracket the two 2” blocks and all 4 fox shocks i noticed that in certain road dips and bumps my front end would bottom out specially driver side thinking it was the shocks i swapped them out with ranchos the problem continues the next thing i can think of is the bracket that was provided with leveling kit is the problem and my axle is still off just a little bit im thinking of putting oem bracket back on but ordering this trackbar to see if it solves the bottoming out issue what do yall suggest??
I would look and see if you can see any witness marks from things hitting. But I would recommend removing the brackets and getting an upgraded track bar for sure. -Sands