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DECO Hydraulic Wheel Load Checker, 0-1000 Pounds
DECO Hydraulic Wheel Load Checker, 0-1000 Pounds

DECO Hydraulic Wheel Load Checker, 0-1000 Pounds

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DECO Hydraulic Wheel Load Checker, 0-1000 Pounds
DECO Hydraulic Wheel Load Checker, 0-1000 Pounds
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Ideal for setting up your chassis, anywhere...even at the track. This compact unit delivers a quick and effective means of checking weight distribution on any race car. DECO hydraulic wheel load checkers feature a heat-treated aircraft aluminum pivoting head, bull's eye level and adjustable stand with quick release pin for easy height adjustment. Choose the best when it comes to tools for the at-home do-it-yourselfer, choose DECO chassis tools for sophisticated equipment that anyone can use, all at a price anyone can afford!

  • Gauge reads from 0-1000 lbs. in 20 lb. increments
  • For use on any race car from stocks and sprints to SCCA and IMSA
  • Heat-treated aircraft aluminum pivoting head
  • Bull's eye level
  • Adjustable stand with quick release pin for easy height adjustment

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