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Bike Gremlin
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Bikes: Custom made on Scott Speedster frame, Custom made on a 1996. steel MTB frame (all but frame changed at least once in the past 20 years).

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I like using "double sided" truing calipers (not for dishing, I prefer the dishing gauge for that). It's easier for me to see where the rim comes closer (or hear it scratch), then where it goes too far away. It's also faster than flipping the wheel.
Caliper position is easily adjustable on my truing stand, so it works fine this way.
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