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Lol pull that ghost trailer all over town...

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Yep...2016 F350 CCLB DRW with a Titan 65 gallon tank.

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just measure the overall length of the bar right now, if it is 82" or under, you are ok.
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Old 06-16-2017, 09:46 PM
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Cutting the overlap down to the minimum 8" might be a good idea for future installers, mine rattled like crazy until I shortened the inside section of the bars. A ton of chatter bumps on these dirt roads doesn't help
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just measure the overall length of the bar right now, if it is 82" or under, you are ok.
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Cutting the overlap down to the minimum 8" might be a good idea for future installers, mine rattled like crazy until I shortened the inside section of the bars. A ton of chatter bumps on these dirt roads doesn't help
You could've wrapped the inner tube with tape or used some RTV to dampen the rattle.

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You could've wrapped the inner tube with tape or used some RTV to dampen the rattle.

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i dont think mine would have went together with a single wrap of tape. it was snug already

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Old 06-17-2017, 06:32 AM
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There was a batch of bars where the tolerances were off causing the bars to rattle.

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Old 06-17-2017, 10:15 AM
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There was a batch of bars where the tolerances were off causing the bars to rattle.

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oh no kidden..

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just measure the overall length of the bar right now, if it is 82" or under, you are ok.
From the rear bolt to the washer/cup for the bushing on front mount....88 1/2".

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From the rear bolt to the washer/cup for the bushing on front mount....88 1/2".

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You're a little past recommended overlap I would say....probably not totally detrimental if you aren't sled pulling etc but I'm not sure
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