I'm worried that using the Pro-Body Jig will not result in the required clearance necessary (3/8") on an aluminum track. It would seem to be easier than using the Pro-Body Tool 2, though, so can someone tell me if my worries are unfounded?
The Pro Body Jig is designed to meet the 3/8" clearance rule of B.S.A. racing with up to 5 deg of neg camber. You will need to pocket or drill your weights (depending on what you are using) for a flush bottom. The Pro Body Tool will set the car .120" higher if you are worried about clearance or belly weights.
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