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This is probably the best info you will find to properly set ... Has2be
Forgot to mention that on the springs where they start at th ... Has2be
Has2be - Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
I do admit that I'm a bit confused though... :-/
The instructions in the link you provided say this:
"By rotating the springs anti-clockwise (rotate the rubber grommets while holding the metal knurled tops), centralize the three spring support studs in their holes in the chassis (as seen from above). A correct setup of the suspension has been achieved when a light tap on the turntable's spindle results in a free and even vertical bounce for a number of seconds."
Is the rubber grommet (and the "bushing" you refer to in your post) talking about the black piece right below the knurled top of the tower?
So - is the above part in quotes suggesting that rotating the spring (while holding the top of the tower stationary) will affect whether or not the tower is centered in the opening on the chassis?
Does centering the tower coincide with the notion that you are suggesting of having the end of the spring pointing towards the center of the bearing? Or are these conflicting ideas?
Sorry for the confusion - just trying to make sense of it all! Right now I have a side to side bounce going on that I'd like to eliminate.
It would be nice if the manual mentioned any of this...
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Hi goatwuss, the black bushing just below the knurled top t ... Has2be