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K member spacers-Fox chassis

Post  460FOXTECH on November 17th 2014, 1:04 pm

Hi!


is anyone currently producing the taller versions of the Fox body K member spacers? (1"  to 2 1/2" units) I know several places produce the  1/2" units. It doesn't  look like Bob at  Fordified Racing produces them anymore.  we have never produced or offered them but I do occasionally get inquiries from customers as to where to acquire them and thought I would do a bit of legwork.



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Re: K member spacers-Fox chassis

Post  Mustang-junky on November 17th 2014, 9:18 pm

Most folks here would probably just make their own instead of buying them.

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Re: K member spacers-Fox chassis

Post  cletus66 on November 21st 2014, 5:39 pm

Mustang-junky wrote:Most folks here would probably just make their own instead of buying them.

Jess


Not me.  I'm lazy, so I bought the "kit".  Laughing
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Re: K member spacers-Fox chassis

Post  kim on November 21st 2014, 5:50 pm

Lazy and not able to source the bolts. Bob'S kit was great. Well laid out. For header clearance I ended up trimming the K member pads back to spacer width.

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Post  cletus66 on November 21st 2014, 5:52 pm

kim wrote:Lazy and not able to source the bolts.   Bob'S kit was great.  Well laid out.  For header clearance I ended up trimming the K member pads back to spacer width.


I agree. I was going to mention that I didn't want to go searching around for the right bolts, but I thought I would look REALLY lazy.
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