dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Fri Apr 20 10:40:22 PDT 2007
Not sure why the stock markings are crapola. Maybe they are, but I used them recently and mine seems to be aligned ok. No whining noises for me. I know, this email doesn't help anybody.
Don Wilcox <leanintree at gmail.com> wrote: Now for an offshoot... Howinthehell does anyone else reliably align the rear
wheel? The stock adjuster marks are crapola, and I can't get a good
measurement to something farther away (like the swingarm mount holes)
because of interference from my pipe. The string method ? I swear it
requires 2 people (since I don't have octopus arms)?
Don in GJ
On 4/20/07, blackbear at frontiernet.net wrote:
> Quoting John Spoonemore :
> > Thing is..now, new parts added...and I get a really neat sounding
> > whine.
> Long story short, the rear wheel was reinstalled slightly crooked to
> the longitudinal axis of the bike and the stress was causing the chain
> Got the rear tire straightened out and never heard the noise since.
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