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The side slip system is used to measure the amount of displacement the vehicle exerts in the cross-car plane as it drives a straight course.  The displacement is a result of the wheel alignment settings, tire conicity and other wheel run-out conditions. 

The equipment consists of a flat plate mounted on a slide rail, and linear transducer that will measure the displacement as the wheel passes over the flat plate.