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By using two equal size spacers per wheel, you can use the same levels (or other suitable straight-edges) with the wheel on. Just place the spacers so the straight edges stand away from the tire and strap the whole thing together.
Hmm...I like that thought process. I went to the rotor surface, myself, and I'm glad I did: my front end only got happy when it was set to 1/16th in. As long as the spacer is perfect, there'd be no problem...but I still think that taking the tire and wheel out of the equation is better. Just my opinion.
If it's worth doing, then it's worth overdoing.
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