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Originally Posted by frankenmike View Post
Again, flipping the wheel in the stand yields all the information needed regarding dish, albeit slightly less conveniently than a dishing gauge.
Yes, agree 100% Honestly, flipping the wheel is faster than using a dish gauge in my opinion. Getting a truing stand dialed in and straight is pretty simple as well. Park has a video showing the process:
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