Ooh Ooh! I'd like to use that sometime!
:scratch: makes me wonder how bad my notches are off. by eye it looks str8 but probably not.Gas Man said:I don't know... I would say .75 of a notch. Cause I used the notches before.
i need to borrow that mutha before july 21...Gas Man said:Mine looked good too. And even when it was off like I discribed above, as you spun the tire it looks good. Just off that little bit... seriously get one of these they work so well and are so simple to use!
How does the laser level work? Clamps to rear wheel or sprocket?bumblebee said:I use a laser level now...but that looks simpler and quick...
i would if I had time - you should come by the Twistified Raceday Prep on Saturday and bring the tool - maybe take some pics, lend a hand, etc. I would buy you a burger and a beer for the effort.. Its going to be a madhouse..Gas Man said:I have no idea NW... I'm sure it lays a laser beam on the chain... somebody here bought one from S.W....but it was more money and this one is straight forward and simple.
MP.... you should just come by the crib... ride up and maybe we can do some wrenching on your R6.
We also offer the straight forward simple one on our site, as well. We try to offer a varied range of products in different price ranges because some people like the latest "bomb diggity" stuff (laser align tool), and others prefer the simple, easy to use methods.Gas Man said:I have no idea NW... I'm sure it lays a laser beam on the chain... somebody here bought one from S.W....but it was more money and this one is straight forward and simple.
I made one for $8. I used chemistry clamps that clamp to a rod. The chem clamps are just adjustable 90 degree clamps. The hard part was finding a rod that was perfectly straight.SpeedWerks.com said:...Another cool tool is one that has two bobs on a long rod. You put one in the axle, the other on a symetric mount on the bike (usually swingarm pivot bolt). Fix it in place, move it to the other side, adjust to match. Muzzy sells them, but they're about $150.- Roach