I have had the spidertrax spacers on for about a year now. I would think that most of the solid aluminum ones should be the same. Just make sure that you loctite them and torque them. To be safe because my family rides in them I have been rechecking the torque ever other tire rotation, which for me is every 5k. People run into issues because the don't loctite the spacers or they put the beveled lug nuts in wrong. If installed correctly and included in routine maintenance the spacers should give you zero issues.
so in true smart azz fashion for my week long family visit. I have helped the nobama supporter in my family out by changing my passwork to F**kobama and changed my background, screen saver, and homepage to all anti obama stuff. I really hope they enjoy their stay.
Center console has 6 bolts, pull those and the shifter stays but the rest all comes out attached as one solid unit with all the electronics in it. Switch panel will go between the seats behind the shifter and the whole console will be wired to just one or two master plugs. Same as the dash. Just a couple bolts and one or two main plugs and the whole thing comes out as a complete unit with everything attached.
Not sure why the siren control box looks so crooked. In person it looks square but it sure looks strange in this picture. Power points at the far back are plug ins for the on board camera system so that we don't have to worry about 90 minute battery constraints...