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Gonna be at BHF this weekend? I'll show you a great way a Noob just taught me. It is incredibly fast and accurate.
I will be at Blackhawk this weekend, pitted out by turn 6 red tanked Mille with white race plastics #724.For now I did just use the marks.
Ok, so I've heard of this "string method" for aligning the rear wheel. Can someone explain this to me? I used to always go by the marks and I know people say they can be off, but now I don't have marks to go by so I guess I have to figure this out. If someone could layout the steps I would greatly appreciate it.
String should touch the rear wheel at front and rear (just BARELY, string should be perfectly straight, not bent at front of rear wheel), adjust the front wheel position so that the measurements are equal from the string to the rear of the front wheel on both sides and also equal from the string to the front of the front wheel on both sides if you can't get equal at both the front and rear of the front wheel then you are not aligned.
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