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Greg Kimble

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Does anyone own/have experience with a set of the Mittler Brothers (Tanner Racing Products) EZ Sweep Caster/Slip Plates?  They look like a reasonably priced solution to set Caster and a set of 4 looks like they would replace my trash bags.  Any feedback is appreciated.

 

http://www.mittlerbr...p-plates-1.html

 

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Go to the SCCA production car site and post this same question. Jay lutz an X production car , X Spec Miata racer used to promote these slid edeals.
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Those are nice, the PTFE is plastic.

I've just seen and used 2 plastic plates or tiles with a drop of oil between.

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I have a set. They are very nice!! Thin, light and work as described
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Don't take this the wrong way, they look nice but it seems like an expensive solution for something that can be made in 15 mins with 2 thin sheets of aluminum(or steel or vctg tile), some oil and a protractor.

 

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