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Which has a better chance?

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by Bearskill, Nov 10, 2009.


Which will help out more?

Poll closed Dec 10, 2009.
  1. Bud Built Trac Bar

    1 vote(s)
  2. Tom Woods DS

    2 vote(s)
  1. Nov 10, 2009 at 6:19 PM

    Bearskill [OP] Well-Known Member

    Sep 7, 2008
    06 Access cab PreRunner Sport
    FlowMaster 40 duals out the back, T-Rex grill, Color matched TRD Nerf bars, Icon coilovers set at 2'', 2.75" OME Dakars spring packs, OME Nitro-Charger extended rear shocks, Carrier bearing drop kit, Wheeler's Extended break Lines, Total Chaos UCAs, Mojave Teflons and 31 1/2" Toyo Open Country A/Ts, Pioneer single din unit, Yakima roof rack, Malone roof basket with X2 KC 130w long range Slimmlights mounted to it, Garmin 255w nav, Fire bottle mod, Air Force standard First Aid kit mod, Hidden Muchette mod (don't ask), and 1 huge OCD about my truck.
    Ok, for starters, Im getting OME Dakars no matter what, but on top of that, to try and get rid of the "Taco Clunk" (slip yoke sticking due to axle wrap) Should I try a Bud Built Trac bar or a Tom Woods one piece DS? The only reason Im looking at the DS is because the one piece DS's new slip yoke should handle what axle wrap is left after the new springs.
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