Toe Alignment Tool Plates
Are you tired of not having a good, quick, easy, and accurate way to do an alignment on your rig yourself? So were we, so we solved that problem with our DIY toe alignment tool plates.
They are cut and formed from 1/8 steel to make for a very solid but simple way to do an alignment. They offer a spot to hold two tape measures at either end to make for quick and accurate measurements yourself. No more asking a friend to help then hoping they hold the tape measure in the same spot each time.
As an added bonus, we incorporated holes into the ends to work with our disk hooks to make hanging them up at the end of the day easy.
The plates are designed to fit all the most common bolt patterns, including common SxS bolt patterns.
- 5×205 (VW wide 5)
- 5×10.25 (Ford wide 5)
NEW Alignment Wing Option:
We have made our alignment plates even more versatile! We now offer a bolt-on extension wing kit option. For those who want to make it even easier to get your alignment right on your big tire rigs, our wings are here to solve that. The wings bolt onto the main alignment plate and are adjustable from 30″ up to 40″, depending on the holes you use to bolt the wings. When you measure for, say a 1/8″ of toe-in on 30″ tire that grows to almost a 1/4″ of toe-in on 40″ with moving the point out on an angle.
The additional wing kit includes four extension wings and the needed hardware to bolt them on.
The relationship of the right and left wheels on the same axle, as viewed from overhead, illustrates the toe angle. Toe angle is achieved by comparing the distance between the center of the front of the tires to a distance between the centers of the rear of the tires on the same axle.
- “Toe-in” is present when the two wheels on the same axle are closer together at the front and wider apart at the rear. A toe-in condition is also called positive toe angle.
- “Toe-out” is present when the wheels are further apart at the front and closer together behind the axle centerline. A toe-out condition is also called negative toe angle).
- “Zero toe” is present when the distance between the front of the wheels (ahead of axle centerline) is identical to the distance between the wheels behind the axle centerline.
*Plates come raw steel
*Does not include wall hook
*Includes 2 alignment plates – enough for one axle