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where to get cornfed spacers?

hey guys, everyone says all this great stuff about cornfed spacers, but where can you get them, do they come in a kit?

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What Thomas said...

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thanks, they are pretty affordable, with a 2" lift would you guys recomend a dif drop and new "a" arms(upper control arms)

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Do you have manual hubs? The diff drop probably isn't helpful if you have manual hubs, especially at 2" of lift.

New upper control arms aren't required..

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do u have auto or manual hubs?

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i have auto hubs

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You'll be fine without a diff drop.

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if i go any higher will i need a diff drop?

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The rule of thumb most use is 3" or more (up to 3.5").

If you want much more than 3" of suspension lift you are looking a bracket drop lift.

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