High misalignment spacers increase misalignment by continuing the spherical diameter of the ball and allowing the edge of the ball to rotate into the body of the rod end. This allows greater articulation, more suspension travel, and longer life of the rod end.
The inner diameter of the high misalignment spacer is smaller than the inner diameter of the rod end, so a smaller bolt is required. We have listed a conversion chart that will allow you to easily see what size bolt you will need when using our misalignment spacers. Machined from 303 stainless steel.
Misalignment spacers are sold in pairs.
Note: Standard misalignment spacers are only used when the width of the ball is too narrow for the bracket it is being used with.
|Part #||Rod End Bore Size||Bolt Size||Mounting Width w/ Rod End||Misalignment Angle|