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Old 04-19-2018, 09:42 AM
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Testing went well this week! I decided to change up a few parts of the design after utilizing it on my car. I will post pictures as soon as I have a finalized design! Stay Tuned!

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Old 04-19-2018, 11:32 AM
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Let's do it....gimme gimme...lol.
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Old 04-19-2018, 12:18 PM
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Hoping to stay in touch
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I'm in for 700.00 if they can match the pro set...you think you can pull that off?

Supporting vendor starts at like 375/mo doesn't it...you aint messin around here!
LOL ... very generous

How about $1,295 .....let the guy make a buck.
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Much more rigid and precise than that. Ill try to get a 3D model up by this evening!
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That's funny! Not much resemblance to the Pro version ... lol

Hopefully OP isn't going down that road.
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I finished up the model and have attached some photos on here. They can also be found on my website at: https://csmperformance.com/product/precision-hub-stand/
It pivots on two hardened steel pins and rotates on eight ball transfers allowing for complete freedom of motion throughout the suspension and steering travel.




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And here is a gif for visual:



Getting really close to selling these things!


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Will these have adjustment for leveling?
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Will these have adjustment for leveling?
In a perfect world this should be done on level ground but if that cannot occur then you can add plates under the hubstands to create a level surface (I recommend some sort of sheet metal but some use tile, etc...) In reference to height adjustment, they are adjustable from a 23'' diameter tire up to a 29.25'' diameter tire in 0.250'' increments. You may also be able to compensate for unlevel ground by setting the hub stands on one side of the car higher than the other but that depends on the severity of the unlevelness.

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Old 04-22-2018, 12:52 PM
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What bolt patterns you putting in there?
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It has 3 patterns. 5 x 4.5" (Ford), 5 x 4.75" (GM so all of the Corvettes, Camaros, etc...) and 5 x 5" a larger pattern that was found on light trucks that some people switch to.

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You think since your design has the single, flat plate for the bolt config that you could offer some optional plates with various patterns? BMW, some Japanese, etc. Would be cool to have a few plate sets and a real complete setup.
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You think since your design has the single, flat plate for the bolt config that you could offer some optional plates with various patterns? BMW, some Japanese, etc. Would be cool to have a few plate sets and a real complete setup.
Absolutely, I can do basically any bolt pattern someone wants. My first batch will be the standard American lug patterns but if anyone needs something different or an additional plate set I'll be more than happy to make that happen. I'm working on a base plate with leveling feet to sell additionally. That way if someone isnt on level ground or dirt they can still utilize them.

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Posted a link to this thread on the SCCA's facebook page for you
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Posted a link to this thread on the SCCA's facebook page for you
Much Appreciated!

Should have a prototype photo up within a week!

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I had someone ask about the position of the toe bar on our website so I will share the answer to the question on here as I'm sure others have wondered as well. His question essentially asked how effective the current placement of the toe bar on the CAD rendering would be.

"The current CAD rendering that is on our website doesn't show it but there will be a set of threaded bolt holes down the hub plate to mount the toe bar at different heights. The height of the toe bar shown in the current rendering is meant to be used when someone is stringing the car, that way it will be at the same height as the wheel hub. There will be two other positions it can mount with one being at the bottom of the hub plate. The one at the bottom will be roughly 8" below the centerline of the wheel to allow for conventional taping between the two front wheels for the toe measurement. Hopefully I cleared that up, if you have any other questions feel free to ask!"

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"The current CAD rendering that is on our website doesn't show it but....."

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So what you're really sayin is, you're over there keepin secrets!
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Old 04-28-2018, 05:00 PM
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So what you're really sayin is, you're over there keepin secrets!
Haha I guess so !
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