Wayne, I don't have any experience with spindle spacers.I'm not sure they can be as strong as the OEM set up, but may be and work well. I'll be watching to see how your experiment works. As I am MUCH cheaper than you, I am looking for the most cost effective way to improve the car.Except for my own free labor, my car just isn't worth a lot of expensive parts.It was in rough shape when I bought it 9 years ago and I destroyed whatever collectors value it might have had long ago by ignoring it's cosmetic defects and doing things like the out of spec,homemade frame. For all these cars,I'll admit, camber control is a problem. The front suspension does behave very differently with lower springs than stock, and not necessarily better. Stiffer, shorter springs added to more compression and rebound in the shocks make anything more than 1 1/4 front sway bars questionable. These new bars offer a different approach. Allows experimenting along these lines. Extended wheelbase, rigid frame Impala. Full suspension travel[ front fender lip 28 inches off the ground, rear 28 1/2] with relatively soft springs [390lb. linear front, 120 lb. linear rear], low compression[1040f-1100r nm], very high rebound[2800f-4800r nm] shocks, and 1 1/2 inch front and rear short arm, straight run sway bars. The street rod frame Impala's weight distribution is now too different from OEM to be of much comparison value to someone running an OEM frame, but this car works far better than it's previous configuration and camber control is no longer an issue. Frame work alone did nothing to improve the handling when I still had the old suspension on it, but I could not have used such a radical suspension on the old frame.