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andydeans3Posted - 24 Oct 2017 : 19:08:08
Ladies and Gentlemen of the 96 Community.

My front tyres have been wearing a little unevenly, so I thought I would have my tracking checked.
I've now been to 3 different places around East Central Scotland, and nobody can check my wheel tracking, due to the inability to hang the measuring device, on the back wheels. This being due to the fact that the wheels are partly obscured by the wheel arches.

Apparently older, simpler (less precise) systems that only attach to the front wheels could be used, but I've so far drawn a blank trying to find someone in central Scotland, who has such an "older" system.

Does anyone in the Jock contingent, have any ideas?

If this draws a blank, I'll have to remove my rear wings to have this done. Bit of a pain!



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1978 MGB Roadster
2008 LHD "Classic" Renault Twingo

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