Squaring your race car is one of the most basic setup tasks that we all need to do, whether you race in the Sprint Cup Series or a Mini Stock at your local short track. If anything is out of alignment you are most definitely going to have a big problem. But squaring your race car can be a complicated and time consuming task, particularly if you're new to racing. However, Intercomp's new Laser Square Gauge makes fast work of the task and provides an accurate and economical way to check the squareness of your race car.
This self-contained billet aluminum Laser Square Gauge generates a visible vertical datum line (laser) off the wheel of the vehicle. The visible datum line replaces the use of cumbersome jigs and string lines with a one-person, visible and repeatable precision reference line. Intercomp's Laser Square Gauge is a powerful chassis alignment tool that is as easy to use as it is accurate.
The vertical, visible, laser line can be used to measure camber, offset and toe, as well as car body and frame dimensions. The laser line is 1/16-inch at 10 feet and can accommodate a wide variety of wheel bases. Rear drive plate adapters are available for the most popular hub configurations as well as front post adapters. The optional hub mount adapters are sold separately.
This unit is powered by two standard AA alkaline batteries, providing more than 40 hours of continuous use. The batteries are housed within the body of the anodized aluminum unit and are easily accessible in a sealed compartment. The unit also features a recessed push button on/off switch for convenient operation.
The Laser Square Guage is available for an MSRP of $995. The posts are sold separately with the Universal Drive Plate Adapter at $295 and the Front Post Adapter for only $99. No racer should be without one.