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What is a reasonable setup system? So you can set camber and toe with some degree of accuracy (pun intended) without blowing the budget or spending more money than what the actual car cost...
 

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If I had a ton of spare cash, I'd stump up for the Hudy complete system... USD$200+.



Cheaper systems exist; depending on your luck you could get a decent one that's pretty good. Most would be accurate enough for hobby purposes if you knew what you were doing.


Cheapest option is to buy a set of setup wheels and a bunch of protectors & set squaresetc. They still work, no joke - just takes a little bit more effort.





Some guys also tune by "weight distribution", they want all 4 wheels to bear the same amount (1/4) of weight each. They go buy four digital scales and glue them to a flat board then adjust their preloads until all 4 corners are equal tare.
 
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