Get ready to up grade my suspension with adjustable coilovers, endlinks, and front and rear sway bars. I know how to adjust my toe-in/ toe-out using the string method. Was looking on-line [url]www.pitstopusa.com[/url] at camber-caster adjustment tools, they are very reasonably priced and easy to use. Just want to know if this is a good ideal for someone who is into auto crossing twice a month.
4 wheel alignments run $70 ish give or take, so there is $ to be saved BUT it's very difficult to get the accuracy of a on the rack alignment (tenth of a degree camber, hundreth of a inch toe). That said, you can get pretty decent accuracy w/ DIY tools. If your thinking about doing a lot of experimentation, then it's certainly worth entertaining :)
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