I can get my wheels to be kinda strait.
that is, if the rim hits the brake pads I can get it so it spins freely.
I do this by slowly tightening the spokes on the opposite side from where it touchs the brake pads.
I can't get it to spin without any wobble but as long as it doesn't hit the break pads I'm fine w/ that. the wheels will never stay strait with the kind of riding I like to do, they just need to roll.
with that said, I'd like to talk about spoke tension. sometimes I will get my rim so it's fairly strait but there will be a spoke or two that seem to have very little tension.
If I tighten them up, I will loose the trueness of the wheel.
should I loosen all the spokes up and re-true it to keep good spoke tension or could it be that my rim is really bent and there is no way that the spokes will all have the same tension unless I replace the rim?
Hope I made that somewhat clear.....