DIY Trac Bar - P32

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1) Tom Urso's DIY Trac Bar    2) Rich Peceniak's DIY Trac Bar

3) Steve Burak's DIY Trac Bar

Tom Urso

Tom Urso built his trac bar for a P32.

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Richard Peceniak

I had to mount the 1/4 " plates to bottom of big U-Bolts on springs since the bolts on the back cover are 1/4-20 bolts and I did not think they would take side load. One fellow I talked to said he mounted his there and cover constintly leaks.

Anyhow by mounting on U bolts it is very strong as they are 3/4" dia. I used square tubing that I got from the junkyard cheap. I cut all the pieces on a chop saw and mig welded the parts together. All the bolts I used were 1/2" grade 8 with nyloc nuts. I measured numerous times to get the longest length rod and levelest that I could. The longer the rod the more effective it should be with the least amount of movement and the leveler the better. I got this information from some racers. The only hangups I had was to clear the exhaust, the rear end cover and one rubber brake line on top of the rear end. The next time I bleed the brakes I'll replace that line with stainless steel flex line. I hope this works as good as everyone has told they do.

Rich Peceniak

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Steve Burak

Steve Burak from Fort Erie Ontario, Canada built this one.

Note - I have a larger version of the about photo that makes reading he demensions a bit easier.

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