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    Default Camber Plates

    The machinist who was going to make my plates for me retired so he couldn't manufacture them on 'company time'. I found a place online called eMachineshop.com that has some nifty software to download that you can CAD draw your part. You then simply submit the order and they will build it. Just ordered four of these plates:

    Plate Design

    Delivered cost was about $95.

    I'll let you know in two weeks how they came out.
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    Hmm, I found them a while back and was thinking about a couple things that I was thinking of making myself.....

    Let us know how things turn out. You gonna weld these in or bolt them onto the strut tower like the GC plates?
    "If it weren't for fools, the rest of us could not succeed." Mark Twain.

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    I'm going to weld them in. Much cleaner of an install I think. The GC plates I had were aluminum and had so many little bolts it just looked sloppy.
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    hm,
    Thanks for the heads up! I saw a mention about this in a trade magazine. Good to know someone was satisfied. I agree, welding is neater, unless the car is already "done" then bolt-in will save some flaming undercoating/burned paint.
    If you want it done right then do it yourself.

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    Hmm, you might want to contact PDK Racing, they could make this part very easily if you have a CAD diagram. Plasma cutter and a template guide


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