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Old 04-06-2009, 10:42 PM   #31
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Got the garage all setup tonight. Now I just need some Fluorescent lights and a few shop work lights

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Old 06-25-2009, 11:01 AM   #32
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In my opinion, you MUST have setup tools. Check out the Hudy all in one setup station. It may seem pricey on the front end, but the quality and precision are second to none and you will never have to buy any other setup tools again. Everything is included in a very nice aluminum carrying case. You will have everything you need to check your downstops, droop, camber, toe, tweak, steering throw, ride height, etc......... Hope this helps.
Nice thing to have but a 'MUST' i think not especially for someone starting out. Expensive and over the top, as soon as you get play in ball joints and things it doesnt mean anything anymore anyway.

Drivers, plastic camber gauge off you go.
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Nice thing to have but a 'MUST' i think not especially for someone starting out. Expensive and over the top, as soon as you get play in ball joints and things it doesnt mean anything anymore anyway.

Drivers, plastic camber gauge off you go.
I used to have Coca cola can as camber gauge.

So I had My RC10, can of Coke off to race!
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