Tru-Square PRO2001 Midget Alignment Tool, 31 and 36 Spline Axle
Midget, Mini Sprint, Hardware Included, Aluminum, Natural
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The rear end is moved into position by adjusting the length of the TRU-SQUARE tools. Once the rear end is in position, TRU-SQUARE holds it in place while you time the birdcages and hook up the rod and torsion arms.
Not only will TRU-SQUARE save you time aligning your rear end; but, with the rear end firmly secured in position, you can also work on other parts of the car at the same time, without fear of knocking the rear end out of square.
TRU-SQUARE's centering tool allows you to install a rear end in a chassis without being hooked up to a motor plate. This is helpful when setting up an extra chassis before heading to the track. This TRU-SQUARE tool is specifically made for all types of midget chassis'!
- Quick attachment system for rear end squaring
- All aluminum construction
- Hardware is included
- Fits 31 and 36 spline rear axles
- Works on all chassis types
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