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Old 05-03-2005, 12:15 PM
 
Jon Kerr
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Also, different gages may give different readings. The Hudy to the Schumacher one for instance. Plus on those gages, they're backward. The higher number the less droop you actually have. So after looking at that, are you sure you're right with 6.5 in the front and 7.0 in the rear? With the gauge being backward, you should have a higher number in the front since you'll have less droop. This is why I use the true droop method. There's no confusion.
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