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  • Mohd Annuar Sulaiman
    Fighting the Crown

    Steering pull that's caused by road crown can sometimes be compensated for by adding positive caster to the left front wheel compared to the right front. You don't need much, just enough to offset the road crown which slopes to the right.
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