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Old 02-04-08, 09:22 PM   #1
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Travel Trac Technique rollers - need help!!!

Does anyone out there own a set of the Performance Travel Trac Technique rollers? I lost my owners manual for it and I don't remember what the numbers used to set the front roller are based off of.

I **think** it's the measured distance between the front and rear axles, but am not sure.

Can ya help a brother out?

Thanks!!!
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Old 02-05-08, 12:26 AM   #2
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Yes, it's the wheel base measured axle to axle. Just set your bike on them and use a plumb bob at the front axle to get get them set up right. (You'll be fine even if you're off by a hole either way.) I have rode my Cross Check (1015mm wheelbase) on them while they were set up for my fixed conversion (1045 mm) and vice versa and never had a crash because of the difference. They are more stable if you get it close though.
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Found the owners manual on Performance's website...!!!
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