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you lost me.. you zerod them? What I did was square the front crossmember to the car, I measured to a set line in the rear, I choose the rear by where the axle will sit, that was the true measurement I wanted. That way I know the rear axle will be square to the front crossmember, measuring from a set place on either side of the car where the axle will set makes sure the axle will be square with the car. Now the rear axle should then be square with the car and have the same triangulation with the links (same length of the links on either side of the axle).
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