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Old 9th November 2015, 09:37 PM
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I take it in the most recent kits your subframe spacer stacks on top of the OEM spacer.

With the steel offset strut top spacers, how do you ensure the tensile strength of the bolts is not altered when they are welded in place?

Have you got a website yet?
Would be great to have a link in the first post and in your sig.

Fantastic looking kits Matt, and I'm amazed with the low price at which you have managed to offer them.
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Old 10th November 2015, 12:16 AM
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Thanks mate, I'm pretty happy with it!

Yes, the subframe spacer has to go top of the OEM one. I don't think the tensile strength will be affected much, its only a little spot weld on each side. I can take the nut off by hand immediately after welding so there's not that much heat transfer.

I'll definitely be doing a website, just have to get some time lol.

I've tried very hard to keep the prices down, unfortunately a couple of items have blown the budget, so I'll have to redo a price list. All those who preordered got it at the lower price...
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Old 10th November 2015, 03:08 PM
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Looks fantastic, saving my pennies to hopefully place an order in the near future. Unfortunately a few other priorities before a lift kit :-(
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Old 12th December 2015, 11:26 PM
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***CHRISTMAS SALE!!!*** ***CHRISTMAS SALE!!!*** ***CHRISTMAS SALE!!!***


I have a CHRISTMAS SALE on until the end of December!

10% off 1" & 2" strut top spacers, trailing arm spacers & subframe kits!!!

Saggy butt spacers, set of 2 plus bolts - $59 delivered.
1" strut top spacers, set of 4 plus bolts - $99 delivered.
2" trailing arm spacer set, set of 2 plus bolts - $119 delivered.
2" lift kit with camber & caster offset & rear trailing arm spacers (SF/SG Foz, Gen 1/2 Lib, etc) - $425 PP
2" lift kit with camber & caster offset & subframe spacer kit (SH/SJ Fox; Gen 5 Lib, etc) - $530 PP

Only until the end of December! Grab a BARGAIN!!!
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Old 28th January 2016, 09:45 PM
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December was crazy, with the kits flying out the door! I sold out of the 1" SF/SG Gen2 Lib kits, but I'm happy to report there's a new batch back in!

I'll have to post up some of the customer's cars, in the meantime, here's a nice one of Ross's awesome SJ XT with a 2" lift kit:
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Old 4th April 2016, 03:58 AM
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Hello, I'm new to this page. I've been lurking reading all of the stuff on here and it's great. I have a 2005 XT and want to start using it more, go on to the beach and up some tracks.

I am very interested in getting one of your 2" kits. Is it as simple as it sounds? Just bolt in the steel strut top spacers and the trailing arm spacers and away I go? Is there any issues with brake lines or sway bars etc?

And how much are they going for now?

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Old 4th April 2016, 05:52 AM
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Hey Mike, Yep there's lots of nice builds on here. Definitely the forum for learning how to build your Subie into a great offroader!

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Is it as simple as it sounds? Just bolt in the steel strut top spacers and the trailing arm spacers and away I go? Is there any issues with brake lines or sway bars etc?
Yep, it's that simple! You'll need a wheel alignment & rear camber bolts, available from the aligner. There's no issues with the brake lines or swaybars on a SF or SG Foz, it's only the later models that need a bracket extension.

I'll message you for details
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Deets on a 2" lift and said bracket adjustments for an SH? Would probably keep it simple with a 1" though, assuming I can fit ~29" in there with a 1" lift
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^ a 1" lift should be adequate for an SH. You don't want to exacerbate the (IMHO) already unacceptable body roll we have with our SH ....

Fit a good sump guard for the scrapey parts ... .
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^ a 1" lift should be adequate for an SH. You don't want to exacerbate the (IMHO) already unacceptable body roll we have with our SH ....

Fit a good sump guard for the scrapey parts ... .
I have a 19mm rear sway bar and the anti lift bushes on the front control arms for handeling so 1" should be fine, just if it will fit 235/65/17 is the next step.

I have a second hand Ali bash plate that I will need to fit up at some stage but so far zero issues with stock one and sti lip
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