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Old 09-23-2005, 06:21 PM   #1
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are they worth getting? Are they better for setting ride height?
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Old 09-23-2005, 07:31 PM   #2
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no its better just to use ur own wheels
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Yes and no...

Yes if you check tweak with a x-acto. and camber with a rpm or the new shumacher gauge.
No if you don't.
If you do try to find some old Yokomo solid dish or the Tamiyia ones..they seem to be the best.
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Yes and no...

Yes if you check tweak with a x-acto. and camber with a rpm or the new shumacher gauge.
No if you don't.
If you do try to find some old Yokomo solid dish or the Tamiyia ones..they seem to be the best.
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yokes match up to 36rs perfect if u run at socal
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must have for accurate camber setttings. Race worn wheels rubber or foam will warp and give wong camber readings depending if they are warped or not
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