This is the quality spacer lift people been wanting for years. Polyurethane, steel, and rubber all mixed together just does not make sense. Unlike a shock shaft or a control arm bushing that is subject to constant movement, a coil spring spacer is in a fixed position and therefore experiences very little movement, regardless of the material it is made from. Steel spacers lead to metal-on-metal contact that makes noise and can corrode, while rubber breaks down over time. Polyurethane offers the advantage of less noise, vibration, and harshness by acting as a cushion between steel components.
Just as steel and aluminum are both metal but very different materials, rubber and polyurethane are also very different. Polyurethane can be made in various durometers (hardnesses) and is far more resistant to heat, oil, and ultraviolet light than rubber. Polyurethane spacers don't "wear out" like rubber because it is a much tougher material, doesn't pop and make noise like steel, and allows the use of factory coil springs so you can be sure that factory ride and handling characteristics are retained. Quite simply, there is no better coil spring spacer material to use than polyurethane, and if there was, we would be using it instead. All of our polyurethane components are also proudly made in the USA.
- Provides a true 2 inches of lift
- Durable polyurethane material is impervious to vehicle fluids and road grime
- Maintains factory ride quality and handling characteristics
- Simple bolt-on installation with no modifications to the vehicle required
- Easily return the vehicle to stock if desired
- Spacers are available in pairs or complete sets
- Proudly Made in the USA