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There are two adjusting screws to adjust the back axle . (Fatboy 2011)
I think I have an offset , as my front wheel has an offset on the handlebar while driving straight .
These Axle adjusting screws are also used to tighten the drive belt .
how can it be adjusted precisely if there are no scale marks ?
It is also difficult to count the screw threads .
I believe that any tiny difference between both screws adjustment is reflecting significant offset of the back wheel from the straight frame. any idea is welcome

Thanks,Ilan
 

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There are two adjusting screws to adjust the back axle .
I think I have an offset , as my front wheel has an offset on the handlebar while driving straight .
These Axle adjusting screws are also used to tighten the drive belt .
how can it be adjusted precisely if there are no scale marks ?
It is also difficult to count the screw threads .
I believe that any tiny difference between both screws adjustment is reflecting significant offset of the back wheel from the straight frame. any idea is welcome

Thanks,Ilan
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Thanks, read your reply . did not see any hole that can be a measurement reference point
Front pivot point to the center of the rear axle . Measure each side. Adjust until both side are the same . :)
 
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