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Old 08-29-05, 12:43 PM
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Yoy need a real truing stand to do a perfect job, plus skill & experience. You may never get it perfectly true on the bike since you need to work in 2 dimensions else just when you've got it nicely centered in that bad spot, you sometimes create a 'hop' or 'flat'.

Doing small fixes on the bike is fine, especially when 50 miles from home.

'should i continue from where the wheel is most out of true and work out from that spot' - Yes.
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