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Speedway Economy Caster/Camber Suspension Gauge Tool
Speedway Economy Caster/Camber Suspension Gauge Tool

Speedway Economy Caster/Camber Suspension Gauge Tool

Universal Fit, 2.00" Min. Mounting Distance, 3.9375" Max. Mounting Distance, Aluminum

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Speedway Economy Caster/Camber Suspension Gauge Tool
Speedway Economy Caster/Camber Suspension Gauge Tool
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MFG. Part #:
91082610
Min. Mounting Distance:
2.00"
Max. Mounting Distance:
3.9375"
Material Type:
Aluminum
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Just in case you can't step up to a $300 digital caster/camber gauge, we offer this very affordable bubble unit. Easy to use and handy to boot, this little jewel will read +/- 7° and is accurate to 1/8°. Adjustable magnets attach to your hub. Aluminum construction.

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910-82610 Instructions (PDF)

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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