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HenrikSw



Member Since: 29 Jan 2021
Location: Skåne
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Sweden 
Anti roll bar
I´m looking to install new anti roll bars onto my Defender 90 , 1999, Td5 but it´s lifted 2" so
I assume I need some spacers for the installation.
Do anybody new where to acquire such spacers?
Any advice is highly appreciated. Bow down
Post #948278 6th Apr 2022 8:02am
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geobloke



Member Since: 06 Nov 2012
Location: North Wales, UK
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The spacers are super easy to make yourself, literally flat steel or box section sandwiched between the chassis mount and anti roll bar bush. Considering where you live a local mechanic would be able to source the metal and fit.

However on a 2" lift the majority of folks wouldn't necessarily bother to fit the spacers. Although you should to keep the geometry the same.
Post #948282 6th Apr 2022 8:32am
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landy andy



Member Since: 15 Feb 2009
Location: Ware, Herts
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2006 Defender 110 Td5 USW Zermatt Silver
I don’t bother with ARB’s.

But these can be used for spacing them down.

https://www.westerntowing.co.uk/product/co...gKkyfD_BwE


Available in many thickness
Post #948283 6th Apr 2022 8:33am
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markb110



Member Since: 22 May 2010
Location: Guildford
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England 2002 Defender 90 Td5 HT Epsom Green
I got my front spacer blocks from extreme4x4 as they were cheaper than the Terrafirma versions.

They do come with the additional fitting kit.

I only have the ARB on the front.
Post #948325 6th Apr 2022 1:44pm
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