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The upper suspension plates control the toe in, or angle, of the upper suspension arms. These option suspension plates are made of 7075 aluminum and then hard anodized for added strength.
The suspension plates should be used in conjunction with the lower suspension mounts to make sure the angles are correct between the lower and upper suspension arms. The front upper suspension plate should always be 0 degrees.
On the rear gear box, the upper suspension should match the lower. If the lower is 2 degrees, the upper suspension plate should be 2 degrees as well. If the lower plate is 0 degrees then the upper should be 0 as well. However, if the lower suspension plate used is 3 degrees, we recommend that the upper 2 degree mount be used.