Thanks MaxV. That tool looks great. In fact, my brother in law was trying make my son a jig by welding plate steel together at a 90 degree angle and cutting a notch for the axle. This looks much better and won't break his toes if he drops it.
Post by flamoonburn on Nov 29, 2009 16:39:36 GMT -6
Randy - I received the Pro-Axle Guide in the tool kit - Had a question on the gap - The Derby Worx instructions say to push on a flat surface till the axle stops for BSA wheels - push the axle in further for non-BSA wheels. Seems to leave a wider gap for BSA when I check with the gaping tool that came with the Max-V lube and with the BSA alignment tool. Should the gap gauge be checked against the hub by pushing further on the axle or with the outside of the wheel on a flat surface leaving a further gap on the hub. Using the new BSA wheels.