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Gsrf Unlimited Movement Roll On Alignment Turn Plates on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
Location:

Ridge, New York, United States

Ridge, New York, United States
Condition:New

You are bidding on a set of Unlimited Movement Roll On Alignment Turn Plates. These plates are 3/8" high, rubber backing. The top plate has a textured finish coat for tire grip. These come with centering pins to hold top plate in the center when you roll your car on them. They have an Unlimited Movement top plate for full and accurate front end alignment. These can also be used for aligning the rear tires for rear independent suspension vehicles. This is the only set on the market that can be used for front & rear tire alignment.  Both together are 3/4" in height, perfect for storing in your tool storage chest short draw. These are sold in pairs only. Plates come with a 95 day warranty from date of purchase. No international shipping....

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