I have them on mine. I will still ocassonially get a little wheel hop, but I try not to abuse my tires too much. If you do get them, sand them down and round off all of the 90deg knife edges. Paint is flaking off of all of my procomp suspension parts on the edges due to poor prep at the factory.
i have them and they do what they supposed to, my truck hooks up real nice now. my only issue with them is if you do not have air bags and you tow heavy loads, because there is no shackle on the bars they will not move on the same plane as the rear suspension. the suspension has a shackle and because of that when your suspension compresses your shackle moves back but when you have the traction bars which are a solid mount(it has bushings but no shackle) it puts the suspension in a bind, which really doesnt hurt anything except for the bushings on the bars. get air bags if you want to use these bars and tow heavy loads.
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