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|Created||Friday, July 10, 2009|
|Last Updated||Thursday, December 20, 2018|
Diftech Aluminum Subframe Spacers Collars Kit S13 S14 240SXSKU. 04HC6 Part No. 10039 5 reviews
Helps worn out bushings
Tighten rear end
Reduces wheel hop
?DIF 10039 Aluminum Subframe Spacers Collars Kit S13 S14 240SX. These spacers will help worn out subframe bushings. It will tighten the rear end to give a more rigid feeling. Another added benefit is to reduce wheel hop during hard acceleration to maintain traction for faster launches.
Polished (Clear Anodized) Finish also available. Part Number: DIF_10094
Ratings & Reviews
Product Reviews and Ratings
5.0 out of 5.0 based on 5 reviews
Oct 1, 2018
Apr 29, 2014
I had polyurethane collars on my old car and decided to go aluminum this time. Like others, I was worried that these would be too stiff. These actually ride just like the polys. I did notice a bit more noise from the rear than before, but not enough to bother someone. Passengers don't even notice it. Installing these was super easy, and a recommended upgrade for any s-chassis.
Mar 30, 2012
I used to have wheel hopping when launching or drifting which sounds very irritating and embarrassing. With the Rear sub frame spacers it got rid of all those noises. If you were wondering about the ride to me it just feels like I stiffened the rear suspension by 2 or 3 notches. I should have gotten these LONG TIME AGO.
Jan 12, 2011
Best to install one side at a time, the top collars won't fit in unless you pull the subframe down a bit, and NO they WILL NOT work themselves free and fall out. Slips on over the old rubber bushings, and are a very good upgrade that I would recommend even before coilovers.
Oct 5, 2010
Stiffened up the rear end, noticeable difference. I was told that the aluminum spacers were to stiff compared to the polyurethane but they aren't as bad as everyone says. I would use them with a daily driver Very good modification for the price!
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