Old 04-26-2019, 12:21 AM
Chris Nicastro
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If you look at the hook and pin which locks the gear it’s released by the cylinder. It can be adjusted by way of bending the hook a little bit. The rotatotion of the gear can be adjusted with the collar and pinch bolt on the strut. The wheel position doesn’t have to be perfectly flat as long as it not hanging unlocked then the gear is fine. When extended the gear should be tight and the play in the scissor link will be all that’s noticeable.
Be sure you have toe out on the wheels instead of toe in so it doesn’t cause you trouble.