Notched/ Extended Swingaxle Springplates.

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Lowered swing axle, beyond one spline? You need to correct your toe in issues! 

* I typically need your stock set to build, I rarely have any on hand. Contact me beforehand to ensure I have cores, if needed.* 

I've been running extended/notched stock plates for ages now, tried and true way of extremely reducing bump steer, tire wear, ride quality and overall driving experience! 

Even on an extremely cambered car, you can triple your tire life too! 

Don't pay hundreds of dollars for the gimmick of dropped plates. They're absolutely not necessary. Ive put tens of thousands of miles on lowered Volkswagens without needing them. 

Why buy a dropped plate, cram your axle up into the body AND have to cut part of your rear shocktower off for clearance, when all you need to do is extended your current plate? 

These plates are stock, cut and notched. Sat in a fixture and fully welded with new CNC ends, extended to the correct length when going low. These will NOT affect or cure camber, they cure the toe in. You'll need to do a transaxle raise and several body modifications to solve camber issues. 

I always suggest a proper alignment when replacing your plates or any other suspension work.

They'll arrive to you raw to show my workmanship. Not bullshit buried under paint or powder coat, like some other guys. But, If you'd like me to go ahead and prime them, I can do that too. 

Built here, in my shop, on my table, by me! 

Pricing is: 
$100 including return shipping If you send your cores in 
 $200 outright, no core needed, though I very rarely have cores available. 
Anytime that I DO have some, they'll be shown as an option under the core requirement.

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