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Stagger Stick, 65 to 115 Inches

Stagger Stick, 65 to 115 Inches

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Reviews (11)

Q & A (1)

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This stagger stick is a polished aluminum gauge that measures tire circumference from 65" to 115". No need to jack up the car to measure stagger. Assembly required.

910-82017 Instructions (PDF)

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
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dont have one
Verified Purchaser
yeddo IN

would buy again

May 24, 2016
Will definetely buy again if I need another one. Excellent product for the money. Will recommend..
Yes, I recommend this product.
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lbrashea
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melbourne fl

good product

May 19, 2016
You will need to apply the tape.
Pros:
  • Light Weight
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Caprice 454
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Hazen, ND

Just great worked good

May 19, 2016
A+
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Racer17
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Eagle point Or

Meh

April 26, 2016
having to install tape to product and calibrating yourself is kind of cheep. Expected to have out of the box tool to use
Cons:
  • Have To Calibrate Youself
No, I would not recommend this product.
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racer 26
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Austin Minnesota

works good

December 20, 2015
Works like it should lite weight and easy to handle
Yes, I recommend this product.
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#21 Midwest modified
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Springfield, MO

Fastest way to check stagger

November 09, 2015
Never need to take off tire. Always quickly checking. Great item. saves time.
Pros:
  • Accurate
  • Fast
  • Speedy
  • No Need To Take Off Tire
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Oksprint
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Mayetta. Ks

Great

September 15, 2015
Makes it easy to check tire stagger
Yes, I recommend this product.
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OLD MAN
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Walton kentucky

Satgger Stick takes the guess work out

August 06, 2015
the stick is a very useful and accurate tool when changin stagger
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Brett R -#29 crew
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Grand Rapids, MI

Easy to use, no need to jack the car up

April 18, 2012
trying to get stagger with a tape requires using a jack to get the car up in the air, which takes time, with the stagger stick I can get staggers with out the need to jack the car up and saves me time to get other adjustments done on the car or to simply get the car back on track as soon as possible
Pros:
  • Durable
  • Lightweight
Yes, I recommend this product.
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McLain's Automotive
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Cuba, MO

Very Handy at The Track

July 24, 2011
I bought the stagger stick for one of my customers so that he could use it at the track when selecting tires for changing track conditions. The stick is handy, quick and accurate. The stagger stick comes uncalibrated so you have to measure a tire and then make the stick measure the same. This makes it accurate.
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Durable
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

1 questions : 1 answers

1 answers

I have an IMCA hobby stock and wondering what size of gauge to order. Should I get the larger gauge or smaller one?

July 21, 2011

I have an IMCA hobby stock and wondering what size of gauge to order. Should I get the larger gauge or smaller one?

Answers

July 22, 2011
Jason
As long as your tires are not shorter than 65" in diameter, I would order part number 91082017. This will be more universal.
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