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SJ410 e-brake vs rear Traction Bar

I'm debating the traction bar problem. I have rear disks and I use the SJ410 e-brake. I hear that the SJ410 ebrake interferes with all the traction bars on the market. I have a 16v in it now (1.6 DOHC coming soon) and I would really like the trax bar. Any thoughts?
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Re: SJ410 e-brake vs rear Traction Bar

You need to go with Pork Barrel line locks and sell me the e-brake [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]!
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Re: SJ410 e-brake vs rear Traction Bar

Change over to the Subaru caliper (TT disc kit) built in e-brake.
Or make your own Traction bar set up.
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Re: SJ410 e-brake vs rear Traction Bar

You should ask the makers of the traction bars first.
I know with my old rig (Homemade trac bar) I had no problem with the SJ drum and the tracbar.
You can offset say the breeze unit to clear the drum, the mount may need to be tweaked some. (still easier than fabbing a whole new bar.) Just a few random thoughts.
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Re: SJ410 e-brake vs rear Traction Bar

I had the same problem...gave in and instaled a hydraulic manual valve on the rear line. Now I have two thief devices....one is the 2WD low funky pattern that NOBODY can figure out and the second is to take the valve HANDLE with me when I leave the truck!
If the guy does decide to drive away he aint going anywhere FAST!
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