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stickwelder
Posted 11/17/2005 5:33 PM (#11650)
Subject: fact or fiction?


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what is the proper lean out measurment and where do you take your measurements from. I've been told the rear wheel but there is too much cluder, brakes. frames exhaust pipes etc. thanks all!
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MikeS
Posted 11/17/2005 5:52 PM (#11652 - in reply to #11650)
Subject: RE: fact or fiction?



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I have a "smart level" from work, which measures in degrees of angle. I put the smart level on the rear brake rotor, and measure the angle. I use 2 to 3 degrees.
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Uncle Ernie
Posted 11/17/2005 9:31 PM (#11659 - in reply to #11650)
Subject: RE: fact or fiction?



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I looked that up in my Murphy's Manual. It said the proper lean-out angle is the one that works for you the best.
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