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Cary T is more right than you think.
While the adjustable track arm and track arm mount spacers ultimately achieve the same end, there is a difference. These trucks exert a significant amount of force on the track arm and track arm mounts. The spacers lower the upper track arm bracket away from the frame, which puts exponentially more stress the mounting bolts (think of carrying a 12 pack. It's easy when carried close to your body versus with your arm partially of fully extended out to the side).
If the track arm system fails while driving the truck will be very difficult to control - and death wobble is certain. For me and my $50K truck, I'm going the safest route possible.
2006 CC SB 4x4 6.0L
BPD 6 Phase 53v FICM, EGR, HD Oil Cooler, Bypass Oil Filter & Water Pump
ARP Studs w/ OEM Gaskets
DC Power 190a upper; DB Electric 200a lower alternator
295/65/20 Toyo MTs
PMF 3 Link
7,500LB Tuff Trucks Leveling Coils
Icon 2.5 piggyback CDC shocks
Dynatrac Free Spin Kit with Dynaloc Hubs
EDGE CTS Monitor w/ EGT, pressure, and temp sensors
Blue FPR Spring Kit
Twin F450 Auxiliary Springs
Banks Monster Exhaust
Truetrac rear/E locker Front with 4.11s