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    MDT Set Up System

    Hey guys wanted to extend an invite to check out and critique our new set up system hub stands at Hallet. Born of a great discussion with Al on the way back from BF nowhere, this system is optimized around the AICMC rule set and intended to improve set up accuracy and accessibility. No more bounce and roll after changing toe, camber, caster or ride height. No more laying on the ground or removing splitters to make a change.

    Planning to finalize design after Hallet and get machining based off your interest

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    Senior Member Grass-Passer Suck fumes's Avatar
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    cool! Let me know what your final pricing is. Can u cut multiple bolt hole patterns so I could use them on a bunch of diff cars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suck fumes View Post
    cool! Let me know what your final pricing is. Can u cut multiple bolt hole patterns so I could use them on a bunch of diff cars?
    Thanks Aaron. Technically yes I could put at least two, maybe three patterns into the stands. The perfectionist in me is a little distraught at having extra holes that don't look pretty. I’ll lay it out in the 3D model though. I figure mustang and camaro to be a good pair. The height of the stands matches our RR diameter, so would likely tweak the overall design for say a Miata.

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    It sure would be nice to have a set for working on our cars. I would need to run them on plates as the small wheels wouldn't work on my shop floor.

    I had been looking at a set from these guys: https://csmperformance.com/product/m...on-hub-stands/
    They have an interesting solution for different sized bolt patterns but it locks you into 5 lug only. They also have other options for alignment fixtures. And pretty serious prices.


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    I'm interested Craig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardP View Post
    It sure would be nice to have a set for working on our cars. I would need to run them on plates as the small wheels wouldn't work on my shop floor.

    I had been looking at a set from these guys: https://csmperformance.com/product/m...on-hub-stands/
    They have an interesting solution for different sized bolt patterns but it locks you into 5 lug only. They also have other options for alignment fixtures. And pretty serious prices.


    Richard P.
    The final Set Up System product will come with hub stands, toe plates (bars), floor plates (use on rough surfaces), chassis squaring pins, squaring line and tap measures.

    I’ve looked at how proud most manufacturers are of their hub stands in terms of price, I think I can price the MDT system at a reasonable price. That said I am interested in feedback on what the group thinks is a reasonable pricing point for what is essentially pro level equipment.

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    Those CSM stands were a helluva lot cheaper last year. He changed the design and jacked the price through the roof. I'm curious to see where these come in.
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