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Old February 19th, 2016, 08:34 AM
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Mark Garrenton
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swivel ball castor correction service available

I'm offering castor correction for your swivel balls, new or used. Up to 3.5 degrees of correction with anti-rotation inserts. This will accommodate 2"-3" lifts bringing castor close to .5 degrees of factory. This will aid any lifted vehicle above 3" of lift too. I can machine for more correction but there won't be adequate room for a proper diameter anti-rotation insert beyond 3.5 degrees. Cost per pair is $120 with inserts or $100 without inserts.

Attachment shows 3.5 degrees correction with opposing anti-rotation inserts. Face milling of flange (shown) will not be done as it is unnecessary.
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