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    Hi ya mud bogging, dirt flying good old fellas!

    Where can i get coil spacers, i know i know ARB has them...who else? or would i have to just make my own then?


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    Well i guess i'd have to make my own then...

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    Rear Coil spacers (aluminum) are made by most kharadias. Also available with suspension repair specialists...ready made.


    A friend of mine has a pair of ARB front springs for a nissan lying spare. OME 971 to be precise. Let me know if u are interested. I offered him that i'll put an ad for him here but being lazy. 2" lift on front.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbolover View Post
    Rear Coil spacers (aluminum) are made by most kharadias. Also available with suspension repair specialists...ready made.


    A friend of mine has a pair of ARB front springs for a nissan lying spare. OME 971 to be precise. Let me know if u are interested. I offered him that i'll put an ad for him here but being lazy. 2" lift on front.
    I got coil spacers for my Charade made about 4 years ago from a Machinist. No biggy. Simple job.
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    On smaller cars all spacers work, i once inserted rubber spacers cut out of thick tyres in my charade. It worked for long until i replaced the pair with new set of springs. For heavier vehicles i think quality of metal matters and cheap spacers might fail when subjected to extreme conditions
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    Folks,
    I am aware of that a machinist can make a pair of coil spacers with ease, but the thing is aluminium spacers don't really hold up well to 2 tons of steel coming down form the air.

    I am looking for PU spacers, or stainless steel spacers with indentations for coils seats, which i intend to tack weld to the up side of the bottom base coil mountings.

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