Here you can see the 1-inch spacer we had to pick up in order to finish the truck. With deadlines barreling down on us, we needed the spacer we could get our hands on the quickest. Our local off-road shop had this spacer on hand. It is made for a stock style knuckle with the shorter, three-stud hold design. Using a 1-inch spacer also meant using 1-inch longer studs. Both of these additions place more shear stress on the bolts when compared with mounting a 4-hole steering arm directly to Reid Racing knuckle. While this isn't an unsafe fix, neither of these parts is ideal and negates the purpose of these beefy knuckles and steering arms. When the truck is linked, we will get rid of the spacer.