I also have another tip, that is low buck. Look up in the yellow pages for nylon, or plastics. They are usually located in industrial areas. Count your body mounts, multiply by the lift ya want, not to sexceed 3 inches for safety reasons. Go to there store and ask for a stick of what ever length you'll need. The industrial style plastic is machinable so it is hard as a frickin rock, yet still soft enough to not shatter. Go home and grab a chop saw or miter saw, and whack it up into the desired lenghts. I did a 2 inch because it doesnt look so goofy, and that coupled with my 4 inch suspension lift, I run 38's without rubbing. I have also had it on for five years and have not broken one yet, as I have had other so called body lifts do. Just ask for a nylon or a stick of there standard grade plastic, they'll know, and it isn't crap either. They have to follow high grade guidelines with there machining of these plastics, so they run top grade stuff. It cost me $30 for a stick, thats better than a hundred or bette,r at least for me, stop buy the parts store and get some longer grade 8 bolts and washers, and your good to hook, take it for what its worth, I have been taking my 1-ton Blazer places that would make a billy goat puke for the last six years here in North Idaho, I built it tough, and abuse it the same, so I dont think anyone who likes to do there own stuff will have a problem with this,, Never been stuck, just temporarily delayed.