Originally Posted by wumanchu23
I hear the term "calibrate" alot when it comes to crank machines. I think someone said it takes very little time, and they don't calibrate it unless they moved the machine or felt like theres a need to do it. I'm kind of new to this, what tools are required when it comes to calibration. Does the machine have to be brought to a shop?
It just takes a calibrator (which tests the tension actually being pulled) and the appropriate hex wrenches (or other tools) required by the machine. Most machines can be calibrated at home.
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