We hydro test compressed gas cylinders for work and part of the DOT's requirements is that their is no permanent expansion out to 0.0 .... the problem is modern gauges/indicators will go several decimal places past 0. In order to pass DOT inspections as well as pesky know it all shop workers we had to install the "3M Method" where we take a peice of tape and cover any decimal places past 0.0I swear this new digital angle finder has been the death of me. I hate being off. Apparently, that shit ain't gonna matter.
Spent a good 10 minutes to get them both at 0.0. Tapping ever so gently.
Then you weld it and it goes all out the window! Shoulda stuck to old eyeball and bubble level ways... LOL
Mine is so far out that the feet on the back of the mill are all the way down and the fronts are all the way up. That's like 1.5" over 8'.Do any of us actually have a truly flat piece of concrete to build a truck on? And how many actually Check the frames of our trucks for square and level before committing to building? Then add beer.
Shit, I would be happy if my jack stands would sit flat without rocking. The 3 leg pipe stands have been a godsend over the 4 leg ones I used to use.Mine is so far out that the feet on the back of the mill are all the way down and the fronts are all the way up. That's like 1.5" over 8'.
Screw type jackstands and a laser are your friends.