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Old 01-03-2013, 06:22 AM   #74
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I can generally get it pretty close by just setting the assembly with axle on jack stands.
You could do it on the bike too, just remove brakes and remove grease and apply thin spray oil so wheel rotates nicely.I use auto sticky weights.
Just move wheel in different spots then let go and see if it stays there.If it keeps rolling around to a heavy spot then temporarily tape weight across from it till you find the right amount, then permanently stick it down.
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