That's not bad, considering that other coil spacers, such as Day-Star or Tuff-Country sell anywhere from $150-$200 for the pair. Personally, if I had to go with coil spacers, I'd want them black to blend in with the stock components. I would also go with steel, it's stronger than aluminum, although, aluminum is lightweight.
I think I would have to say, go ahead with the aluminum. The Daystar spacers are made of poly stuff, so I dont think massive strength is an issue. Also if you could make it so that the Daystar spacers could be added to it... I was thinking about making something like that.
For the price of the two sets of spacers, you could probably buy a set of SkyJacker coils with the correct lift. Also be a heck of a lot safer than stacking spacers.
The aluminum ones would save some weight, but maybe too soft. The poly spacers will rebound back their shape if compressed, where as the aluminum ones will stay deformed. Powerder coated mild steel is the way to go.
I plan on doing the superlift 5" in addition to the spacer. I like the "nose-up" look. I think I can fit 37-38' in there with this set up. Got me there with the aluminum though. <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif">
On 2007-09-26 19:58, 1BadLifted01Ram wrote:
Same here I like the front level or higher in the front thats why I want to add a spacer but dont now which one to go with using stock control arms and track bar on a offroad.
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