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Where do you find one you trust works?

And, did you print off a paper from the internet and go for it, or actual bolt on template?
 

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I bought mine from opentracker and then passed it on to another forum member when I was done with it. I liked it because it bolted into place with 1/8" holes in the right place to start the new ones.
 

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^^Ya, swipe one off the net, print and measure with your finest ruler. Then re-open it in MSPaint and use the stretch/skew function to make it taller/shorter fatter/wider then reprint and remeasure. Took me about 5-6 times printing until it was dead nuts perfect then transfer to metal.
I think its 1/8-3/16" of shims you remove after the drop so if you have a lot of shims in place beforehand you might leave the template in place to make up for them. Think about having a MC bar and export brace in place before alignment. If you didn't have a lot of shims the template can limit neg camber that is possible.
 

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I bought mine from opentracker and then passed it on to another forum member when I was done with it. I liked it because it bolted into place with 1/8" holes in the right place to start the new ones.
Got mine from Street or Track. It probably needs to start making the rounds.
 

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i got mine from dazecars, along with the proper sized drill bit for the final hole.
 
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