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Sprocket alignment-am I doing it right?

Below is a picture of how I am doing the right side sprocket alignment. Am I doing it right?
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You need to bolt it to the intermediate shaft cover and use a something more accurate than a carpenter's rule. I use a some calipers.



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Where did you guys get the straight-edge and fixture tool??
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Where did you guys get the straight-edge and fixture tool??
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Stomski Racing makes them. Pelican may sell them (call first). I got mine from the local german tool truck.
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Thank you Chris!
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You also looked to be measureing to the spring washer not the face of the sprocket.

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You also looked to be measureing to the spring washer not the face of the sprocket.

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Leave it to Eagledriver to have an eagle eye!
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