Camber Caster Plates

2broke2gofast

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The previous owner lowered my car and it has also been wrecked. Can't get the thing in alignment without some plates. My question pertains to the "Shark" brand caster camber plates. The seem to have less adjustment than the other plates on the market, but are quite a bit cheaper. Does anyone on here have any, and if so are you happy with them. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

96sohc

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Never heard of them; just remember you get what you pay for.
I would strongly recommend either the Steeda plates or Maximum Motorsports 4 bolts.
 

The Green GT

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Never heard of em either.

Spend the extra $ on some maximum Motor sports. I saved up for them and got them and I love them.
 

S.O.B.

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They are made by UPR. My daughter put them on her 95 GT vert and they have worked out fine. We just recently put Eibach pro kit and Tokico blues on it and my son et the alignment and he said there was plenty of adjustment. He did mention he like my MM 4 bolt plates a little better because they were a little easier to set.
 

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