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FSR Sprint Direct Mount Toe Plates w/ Tape Measures
FSR Sprint Direct Mount Toe Plates w/ Tape Measures

FSR Sprint Direct Mount Toe Plates w/ Tape Measures

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Here's the quickest and simplest way to measure toe-in on your race car. Bolt these plates onto you direct mount hubs and adjust your toe measurement with only one person. This includes 2 measurement plates and tape measures.

  • Quickest and simplest way to set the front end toe
  • Rest one of these plates against the tire on each side and measure toe directly using the 2 tapes (included)
  • Oval shaped plates get the tape measure away from the brake rotor and steering components
  • Sold in pairs

Note: This gives you a fast way to check/set front end toe.  It is affected by wheel or tire runout, so be certian wheels run true and tires have no bulges.

*See "Notes" tab for simple step-by-step instructions. 


  1. Turn wheels to straight ahead: Should be done on level ground. Set caster & camber first.
  2. Mount plates up against wheels: Be sure the entire plate is up against the wheel.
  3. Measure front width, then rear: Use the slots for the tape measure. Subtract one from the other for toe. Larger front width means toe-out.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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