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If you measure nose to burr and nose to tip of the main beam before skinning, wouldn't that give you correct height, tilt, and forward/backward?
Quote from: gade04 on April 25, 2012, 12:11:25 PMIf you measure nose to burr and nose to tip of the main beam before skinning, wouldn't that give you correct height, tilt, and forward/backward?No, because you didn't measure vertically, only length wise. You can measure from nose to tip of beams and burrs, yet if you raise the rack, you can still get the nose to burr and beam tip measurements, but have the rack raised to high.Silverman, you got your yellow line off, go from the center of the nostril through the front corner of the eye, the burr should set on that line, there are some exceptions on goofy racks, some racks do tilt forward, and some lay back, but on average, they set on that line.