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If both bushings had the spherical washers then you could enlarge the hole in the female washers by a mm or so and that would give you a little more misalignment capability. However that rear bushing being tight in the crossmember doesn't give you that option. So I think you will have to make the spacer to align the front level with the rear and reduce the anti-dive. Have you talked to Clint? I don't remember hearing about problems with other 930s.

If you really wanted to keep the anti-dive you could probably shave down the thickness of the rear block a little to give you some room for misalignment and put a counterbore for more spherical washers, or just shave it down a lot and not need the counterbore.
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