Re: Rear Wheel Alignment
Hmmmmm. Are we forgetting about the constant back and forth, up and down, walk from side to side to take measurements time used with that method? Why go through all that when you can stay in one place, make the needed adjustments, and measure all with arms reach?
..and, you can pull the blocks back until they sit on the face of the backside locking screw. I have to look up the proper name. Something on the order of an adjusting screw. That solves you 1/16" problem as the axle will be resting concentrically in the adjusting block on the inner part of the axle provision/hole.
There's more than one way to cook a steak. As long as it's cooked right, it shouldn't matter.
The chain alignment tool also works wonders as someone posted a few posts up.
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I love my R6, but...there's no buts...
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