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Old 05-01-2005, 09:45 PM   #1
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guy,is this setup system any good????looks nice.price is nice too.is it better than the hudy???anyone has them???here is the link
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I love mine. Very nice setup board too!!
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I love mine. Very nice setup board too!!


izzit???is it accurate???i dont understand how the gravity system works .btw,where did u bought yours and how much???
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i have 1/8 setups tools and 1/10th setup tools both from integy and the quality is great the anodizing lasts the numbers/degrees are real easy to read(dont have to worry if ya read it right ...have seen worn out hudy setup tools do that before) and the price is a plus+++ if i had to buy all over again ide get the same ones i have now no doubt about it
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I think with the gravity system as long as you set the board right(level). It is more accurate than any other system that is out there.
That being said.....due to it's design, it can be really easy to 'think' you set your car accurate and the board be out of level and affect where the camber reads......

I bought mine from my local shop. Price was right at 100.
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How about the older system - is that a good system?

I'd rather get my purchase right the first time instead of buying something that is not as good, having to sell it, and purchase another system.

There is the PMB, Hudy, and Integy system. Which is most accurate?
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Save your money & get the integy, have one & it works great.
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Its a great set up tool.Ive had a Hudy and this one is better.
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Where to get???

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