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Longacre 79011 Bump Steer Gauge with Blank Plate (No Holes)
Longacre 79011 Bump Steer Gauge with Blank Plate (No Holes)

Longacre 79011 Bump Steer Gauge with Blank Plate (No Holes)

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Longacre 79011 Bump Steer Gauge with Blank Plate (No Holes)
Longacre 79011 Bump Steer Gauge with Blank Plate (No Holes)
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All New Design
  • New precision plate - 3/8" thick T6 aluminum Billet for the ultimate in accuracy. Anodized and laser engraved.
  • New compact frame. More rigid billet and tube design for the best accuracy. Bright dip anodized.

This simplified bumpsteer gauge design uses a single precision dial indicator to tell you directly the exact amount of bump steer within .001". No need to subtract one dial reading from another - no chance for error.

  • Most accurate, easiest and quickest way to measure your critical bump steer
  • Extended height design - check bump steer at ride height or on stands
  • Single dial indicator design is much easier to use. You read the bump directly
  • Includes billet blank wheel plate with no holes, adjustable stand and precision dial indicator



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