Longacre® 52-72983 Laser Chassis Height Checker & Laser Level
Don't get your setup just right only to find out that your car is too low or too high. This kit include an easy to setup self-leveling beam laser, 4 easy to read targets that are held to the frame with magnets and a separate pad leveling target for leveling the scale pads and establishing the 'ground plane' to measure chassis heights.
- Targets are made from red transparent acrylic, making the beam more readable
- Comes with silver storage case - 11-3/4" x 7-1/4" x 5-3/4"
- Target range: 2" - 6"
Laser stand includes bracket with knob for major height adjustments or make minor adjustments with the leveling screws on the base plate. It doesn't have to be perfectly level as the laser self-levels.
ChartsLaser Chassis Height Checker Instructions (PDF)
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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