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Old 11-30-2012, 02:41 PM
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Default Spohn Track Bar = A+++

I recently installed Spohns track bar (P/ND94-02-TB) on my 2001 ram 1500 this week. The part itself is beefy, and came with all of the necessary hardware to get the job done. Instructions were straight forward too. The verdict? I have almost no steering wander, less body roll, tighter front steering, and no steering wheels vibration as when I bought it back in May. I also have the spohn steering box stabilizer, new moog ball joints, and u-joints. The track bar was added after all of this and definitely compliments all of the other parts extremely well.

The spohn track bar replaces the original track bars ball joint with a fixed mount, and uses a Delrin bushing attached to the frame mount with a spherical rod end attached to the axle. I am very pleased spohn switched over to delrin instead of using polyurethane because I have had many squeaky experiences with poly on my 87 camaro and my brothers 86 trans am suspension parts.

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