Tip - Don't watch the blade. Sight down the board, somewhat as if using a
rifle, using the mark closest to you as the "rear sight" and the mark at the
far end of the board as the "front sight". When sighting down the board keep
the blade in line with the two "sights". You'll have less wander.
Buffalo, NY - USA
The tires are not flat. They have a crown on them, with the highest point
in the center of the tire. So the blade should be sitting on the center of
wheel (looking at it from the side), as opposed to the front or back edge of
Hope this makes sense.
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