I proposed this question in my build thread but got crickets, thought maybe a specific general thread may bring about an answer. Ok so I’ve run into a little bit of a snag when mounting up my dual discs. It seem the front wheel sits about .050 further to 1 side than the other. Now that doesn’t seem to be any real concern to me BUT it does mean that one disc sits to the inside of the caliper and has a slight rub and the other sits to the outside and has a slight rub. this can be easily solved if I run a little thicker shims on one side and a little thinner ones on the other (currently they both have shims that measure .245) the forms are an 81 and the wheels are in pretty sure 74. I’ve ran both the axle and speedo gear from the 74 and the ones off the 81 and it seems to make no difference where things line up (although the speedo gears do measure .100 different on their retaining sections where they contact the fork stop but bodies measure the same distance and that’s what seemsimportant) the axles themselves seem to be slightly different too but they both seem to end up in the same place when it’s all said and done. is there something glaring obvious that I’m missing here or is it just a simple fix of adding .050 to one side and taking it away from the others? first photo is the right side (when sitting on the bike) second photo is the left. Any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated.