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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-16-2000, 02:58 PM
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Ball joint spacers

Has anyone used upper front ball joint spacers and if so what was your experience with them. I'm looking for a bit more down travel at the front. FAB-TECH has them listed for Nissan 2 and 4 wheel drive for about $90. US

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Re: Ball joint spacers

Had a machine shop make mine, $30 for 43 of them. Sold 2 of them for what it cost to make them. Been on my truck for 8 years now, works great.

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Have any more laying around? I would accept a donation. LOL. I would be interested in a pair. Contact me via email or private message here on the BBS if you still have the extras.

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 08-16-2000, 07:19 PM
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Re: Ball joint spacers

I have a set of 2" spacers if you want em Ill take $40 plus shipping.


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What do these things look like anyway? Yeah, kevin I'm interested. Let me see if Sid responds back first.

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Re: Ball joint spacers

Pitt do you have to goto a different offset rim to use a 2" tall spacer so that it does not interfeer with the rim? Seems like I remember mine being kinda tight there with the all. PF rims

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Your absolutely right Mark, however Im not sure what the backspacing is. I thinks 3 and 3/4 or something similar to that measurement. But let me tell you something, after the spacers wear out all your steering and your balljoints you will have spent enought to buy aftermarket A-arms. Just my regrets...

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Do you have any more of those ball joint spacers? How thick are they? Got a 95 hardbody I'm very interested in getting a pair of you have any. Thanks
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