Inspired by last week's thread on setting Toe-In, and a need to do so on my newly resurrected '56 Vette, I cobbled up these guys. All three of my old heaps are low and full fendered, making the usual back and forth crawl on the floor routine to read the tread line with a toe-in stick rather tiresome. I made these out of old bed frame but anything would work, the only critical setup is adjusting the rim pegs parallel to the measurement bar. I made the top bracket extra long for use on my 4x4. If your rims are far inboard of the fender you'll need to space it out, or cut/turn the plate over. Pretty self explanatory. Also when putting them on, put a level across the bottom to get them even. And check that your rims run true if you suspect otherwise. Also turn/slide plates, even a trip to the alignment shop may be necessary to get it to a gnats ass, but this should get you close.