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The wheel alignment is fixed and cannot be changed between the front wheel and the rear wheel. Also, different models of bikes may or may not have an offset between the front and rear wheels.

The only alignment that you have any control over is the alignment of the rear wheel inside the swingarm. It must run parallel to the swingarm. The way you get this is by adjusting the rear wheel to where the length of the adjuster bolts are the same on both sides of the swingarm when the belt is at the proper tension.

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