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Alright, I've never been to sure of this, so I figured I may as well ask.

When you measure your track lug height, do you put the measuring tape on the inside of the track, and go to the top of the lug, or do you go from the top of the lug, directly to the bottom of the lug?
 

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lug not including the flat belting of the track.
 
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Equaling you out. C'mon people, just because you are not interested in a topic, doesn't mean it warrents a negative!

What next, giving someone a negative because they told you the truth, albeit something you didn't want to hear?
 

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xcr440 said:
lug not including the flat belting of the track.
That's always been my understanding also...

http://www.woodystraction.com/PDFs/Uploads/TechTips/G1-06-0001.pdf
 

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Idk know you guys, I jus went out and measured two tracks and they measured correct when I hooked the tape on the track and included the flat part. One track has about 2000 miles on it so it might be wore, but it was close. The other track is like new and that measured right on. You guys try it once and see what you come up with.
 
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