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RE:Euro headlight aiming

>where ever they end up. It takes a couple of trial and error tries but
>once you figure out the adjustment screws you can fine tune them in the

In my garage, I have wheel "cups" nailed to the floor to ensure the front
wheels end up in the same spot every time, for maintenence, alignments,
etc.  When I bought my car (and each car for that matter), I trace the
headlight beams hi/lo with perminent markers on the back wall, for future
alignment.  Been a good system for the 8 years I've been doing it, though
its interesting to see people comments about the garage wall.

BTW, a wheel "cup" is nothing more than a rubber strip with two 6"x1" bumps
that the wheel fits between to let the driver know the car is sitting on
the bumps.

Frederic Breitwieser
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