Point taken but, when you consider 90% of the market is people like myself who have nothing to mill, drill, cut, bend metal, then the $175 looks more appealing.Walrus said:I can't believe Calmini wants $175 for their aluminum spacer. Do you know how rediculously easy it is to make those? Chop off some round bar, square up the ends on a mill, drill the center hole, drill & counterbore the holes for the strut, drill & tap & add studs for the top. The fancy blue anodizing and laser marking probably costs more.
Don't know exact differences in length or anything but just be aware that a 2" lift spacer is only about 1" thick... apparently a lot of paople have been really confused by this!I wanted to know if there is a difference in length in the spacers made by Calmini, Daystar, Auto Spring Kits