Wizard of Brakes
Originally Posted by 1992 renagade View Post
If you have a way to check the face of the flange for true after you bend the shaft, you can do it just fine. Also why you can't check an axle for true by rolling across a flat surface. The shaft may not be perfectly straight, but as long as the splined section and the face of the flange are in line, it's a good shaft.
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