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Old 03-14-14, 06:16 AM
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Gary3
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When it is close to round, it is easily 1/8" out of true, about half that the other way around. My best chance to save the wheel is to unlace and try to manually flatten the wheel (laterally), then rebuild the wheel? Seems a complete newb (like me) could do more harm than good.

Alternatively, could I pull the wheel round, then try to manually flatten it? Or should I try to find someone who knows what they are doing?

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Gary
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