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    Doing a rail kit install soon should I install the rails level and cut the blocks at 4/5 Deg or make the rails at the 4/5 degree whats the correct way I should do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leadslinger View Post
    Doing a rail kit install soon should I install the rails level and cut the blocks at 4/5 Deg or make the rails at the 4/5 degree whats the correct way I should do this.
    generally we put our rails just below the inner edge of stringer crown and mill the blocks and plate bases according to the set up, the kits we sell have the blocks at 0 or 4.5 depending on the individual order


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    Thanks for the info looking for the cleanest/functional way to install.
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    Are you in SoCal? If so, call Jim Brock and see if he still has his alignment jig for this. It's a pretty slick setup to help you align the centerline of your crank with the pump.

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