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Old 05-31-2009, 08:13 PM
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Default DIY: SPC Toe Bolt Template

I see alot of requests for the SPC Toe bolt install template but never any links. I've scanned it for anyone that needs it.

Doesn't scan the nicest being white so it's a little rough around the edges but the measurements are correct.
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Old 07-21-2009, 08:30 AM
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what are the dimensions of this? the pic shows it to be huge.
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Old 07-29-2009, 06:45 AM
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pretty sure you have to print it first
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Old 08-04-2009, 03:45 AM
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Speaking of SPC camber/toe bolts. It's much cheaper to buy the bolts from www.rockauto.com. The exact same bolts badged AC Delco (including template) is only $28. A set of bolts for toe are only needed if you have lowered the rear past the 1.5" mark. Which is too low for daily street driving from my experience.
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^ Just to be a little more clear - and since i found option #2 to be cheaper i figured i would post this up!

OPTION 1:
www.rockauto.com
-Nissan/YEAR/350z/suspension/alignment kit/


ACDELCO Part # 45K18060
More Info {Rear #19136556}
ADJUST KIT,REAR CAMBER/CASTER -; +/- 3 DEGREE TOE / CAMBER
* Non-stock item--shipping delayed up to 5 business days

PRICE: $27.79


ALSO:

OPTION #2:

www.rockauto.com
-Nissan/YEAR/350z/STEERING/alignment CAMBERTOE kit/


RAYBESTOS Part # 6161060

More Info {Professional Grade}
Rear Suspension; Minus 3 Degree To Plus 3 Degree Toe / Camber (Only 3 Remaining)

PRICE: $21.99

PART NUMBERS ARE DIFFERENT, BUT DESCRIPTIONS ARE THE SAME! SO IF THE $21.99 ONE IS THE SAME, THEN THATS A NICE PRICE!

PIC:



-Jason
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Just ordered the AC delco Kit, i wanna see how nice it is. I need to do a write up on my Suspension Arm install, I already made my rear tires bald because the lack of them bolts. lol
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I need a template by tomorrow morning! That one is half a page big!


Someone help!
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Originally Posted by bardabe View Post
Just ordered the AC delco Kit, i wanna see how nice it is. I need to do a write up on my Suspension Arm install, I already made my rear tires bald because the lack of them bolts. lol
Update on these?
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bump!


what should I resize this too to have it true to life size ?

the actual JPG image after I download it is the size of a fckin apple !
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Default New Correct Size Template Image...

Just for reference on this because it prints so big, get it down to these dimensions:

The template is approx 1.25" (1-1/4") in total length

Pill shaped bolt hole is approx 1" in length

So you should have approx .125" (1/8") of space length wise between each end of pill and the edge of template.

See the attached image for a correct sized template, this one should print out the correct size.

Mods please move this PDF to the top if possible.
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Cutting the doctors pill - I cant stress this enough, but cut out both sides when doing this install........the how to posted on the forum says that all you need to do is open up the inside, but if your alignment tech doesnt know this your eccentric toe bolt cant make a full rotation, your alignment tech will be wrenching like hell on your eccentric to get that last little bit of adjustment you need and he will damage/destroy the raised flats on your subframe, or roll the bolt inside the eccentric washer...

either way, it will fug it all up.

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Old 09-08-2015, 01:23 PM
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Thanks for this, will print this out and cut out both sides
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