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First, when you are adjusting the tracking knob, are you turning the wheel by hand for several revolutions to be sure which way it is running before making another adjustment? After tweaking it, you should turn it a bit to let it settle in. Also, be sure to tighten the adjustment knob down before turning it on.
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For the purpose of picking a replacement tube, there are just two numbers you need to know: tire diameter and tire width. These numbers are always written somewhere on the side of each tire. (Sometimes when tires get old the numbers are hard to see. Don't give up, just keep looking.) Here are some examples of what the numbers might say: 26×1.95, 700c x 25. Sometimes the there will be three numbers, something like this: 26×1-1/2×1-3/4. Don't worry about that, just remember the first number (26 in this example), and the larger of the other numbers (1-3/4 in this case). Sometimes there will be letters with the size (such as EA3 or S-6). Sometimes there will be another number or two in parentheses, for example (622) or (559-45). Don't worry about those letters and numbers. They are important for getting a replacement tire that fits, but not important for replacing the tube.

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You car is set up to run on a specific size tire but changes can be made, for any number of reasons, without too many problems as long as you know what to expect. Changing the P205 number will change tour speedometer about 2 mph per size. Going from P205 to P195 will slow the car down and going up to P215 will speed it up the same. The speedometer will read the same but the car will be moving at the new rate of speed.
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