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Hey guys i am waiting for my Pro Comp traction bars to come in for my 09 F350. I am just wondering how hard they are to install? Can a guy do it in his garage? How many hours? Any tips for me? Thanks guys!!!
 

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Anybody??
 

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Do you need a lift or jack to do them?
 

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I am not sure buddy that owns an acc shop in town here ordered it for me. I am away working still.
 

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They have the install manuals online if you can find the part # you can read up before you dive in
Ok thanks man!!
 

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i was looking at procomps traction bars but they were all for a 6" lift, im looking for a set for stock f350 ride height. let me know if ya guys know where i can find them. thanks
 

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The Pro Comp traction bars i got are for stock. My buddy who ordered them talked right to the Pro Comp rep.
 

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i was looking at procomps traction bars but they were all for a 6" lift, im looking for a set for stock f350 ride height. let me know if ya guys know where i can find them. thanks
This is the part# 72099 for my pro comp traction bars. I have just a Icon leveling kit on and otherwise stock.
 

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Can a guy install them in his garage with hand tools and a basic mechanical skills?
 

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If that is the only problems i have i will be good to go.
 
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