Primitive Billet Rear Trailing Arm Spacers

Primitive RTAS

Billet Aluminum spacers for rear trailing arm bracket.

  • Pair of 50mm (2 inch) thick Rear Trailing Arm Spacers with longer M12 bolts & washers.
  • For: 1998-2008 Forester, 1993-2007 Impreza and 1990-1999 Legacy and Outback with 2 inch or bigger lift.

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$209.00

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These space down the rear trailing arm bracket which helps to re-center the rear tire on cars with BIG LIFTS (like 2" and beyond). Sandwiches between the rear trailing arm and the underside of the car.

  • CNC Machined from 6061 Aluminum.
  • Lightweight but strong.
  • Perfect fit and finish.
  • M12 hardware is zinc coated for corrosion resistence.  
  • 50mm (2 inch) thick. 

Don't see what you need? Need something else or have a question about the product? Give us a call at 503-624-2139 or email at sales@get-primitive.com

Data sheet

AluminumBillet 6061
Up-GradedNew improved design, blows all others away.
Extremely RuggedYes
Made by PRIMITIVE proudly in the USAYes
Hardware IncludedYes
Bolts to Existing Threaded Holes in The BodyYes
Simple InstallationYes

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