jim,i am about to do the same thing as you and was wondering about the thickness of the powdercoat being a problem as far as the gap between the torsion bar lever and the lca,let me know how it goes and would like to see a picture of the finished product if you can.thanks stuMVRCorp said:I just mic'ed mine on my work bench, they are .032. These were purchased from Mancini Racing (p/n MREAR319) for $22.95. Make sure that where the torsion bar socket rotates you use a c-clamp to tighten the sides of the LCA to eliminate any side play prior to welding. I set the clamps and ran it over to my local welding shop which charged me $40.00 to weld them. Make sure YOU vise-grip the plates to the LCA to assure you can get to the adjustment bolts after welding. I then ground them off to a smooth weld appearance and media blasted them. Now they are on the way to get powder coated. Hope this helps.