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Offline robertb

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Its red yes, cordoba, but thats not metallic.
do you fix re-set buttons on central heating units?



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do you fix re-set buttons on central heating units?

I can fix anything, if I chose to.



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I can fix anything, if I chose to.
race tape,holding the re-set button on?



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race tape,holding the re-set button on?

if it serves the function, why not?



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If you're going to align something racy, then the impracticalities of the electronic aligner not being very mobile, mean that some simple old school basic engineering methods can apply...

A simple perfect square constructed around the cars, then centred about the hubs, gives toe.

The camber is done using a simple bubble gauge, or even measured using a square off the floor.

Caster is done with bubble too, but can also be measured.



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Of course, with race cars, there's alot more to check and adjust than on road cars, typically.

Ride height and rake are incredibly critical.

Cornerweights are important, especially on old school cars without ABS or Traction control. Cornerweights become more critical the stiffer the springs and anti roll bars are.

Most road cars, and even most road legal race cars, are way too softly sprung for cornerweights to be truly critical.

A really sharp driver might feel a benefit though.



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