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Old 12-16-2008, 07:58 PM   #1
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The title pretty much says it all, I am curious if there is one of these out there for setting up your truck like a touring car, it would make sense and a much more reliable setup then gauging it with a camber tool and having to check that the wheels and tires are true at each side.
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I remeber losi used to sale one. I just use coke cans to set up a truck. I stand them upright and judge from there. Off road isn't as precise as touring so you don't have to be as precise.
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www.rc-setup.com I have on of theirs its not bad for the price but don't get me wrong its no hudy unit but it gets the job down.
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Thanks for the information guys! Have a merry christmas!
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All I have really done in the past is use a caliper to check to see the links are even from right to left. Same for shock pre-load. Just a thought...
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