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  1. #16
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    April 15th, 2014
    Wimbledon UK

    Re: Spindle hub tightness

    As above, way too much toe in.

    If everything was perfect (absolutely no play at all) but not really possible, then both straight ahead would be close to ideal.
    In the real world just a small amount of toe in is a good basis for starting a setup and see how you go from there.

    Practical limit would probably be something like 1/8 inch toe in, past which you are going to get problems. Must be a factory figure in Rave but not looked.

    Overall a 1/16th to start is going to do most of the job for you.

    Try it like that and let us know how you get on.

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  3. #17
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    June 14th, 2018
    Lake Tahoe, CA

    Re: Spindle hub tightness

    Funny this is that I did some aligning and it is much closer to even. Still toe in, but to the eye it looks way way toe out.
    1989 Classic

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