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DECO Angle Finder Tool, 4.14 " Diameter
DECO Angle Finder Tool, 4.14 " Diameter

DECO Angle Finder Tool, 4.14 " Diameter

Oval Track Cars, 4.14" Diameter

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DECO Angle Finder Tool, 4.14 " Diameter
DECO Angle Finder Tool, 4.14 " Diameter
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These handy direct-read angle finder gauges from DECO are perfect for setting driveline pinion angle or deterlightningng level on a race car or roll bar installation, and critical chassis components such as panhard bar, etc. They feature a magnetic base to easily attach to metal squares for quick readability to check angles from 0-90 degrees. Choose the best when it comes to tools for the at-home do-it-yourselfer, choose DECO chassis alignment tools for sophisticated equipment that anyone can use, all at a price anyone can afford!

  • Check angles from 0 to 90°
  • Accurate to 0.5°
  • Magnetically attaches to metal squares for easier reading
  • A must for deterlightningng chassis pinion angle and more
For more information on deterlightningng proper angle with the use of the DECO angle finder tool, please see our tech article; Measuring Driveshaft Angles.

 

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