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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrissyOT View Post
    The flattest thing I've found is a piece of glass from a glass table, or a sliding glass door, or even an old shower door. Glass is usually pretty darn flat. ^.^
    good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sowseng View Post
    Thanks for your information.
    You're welcome.

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    I used to set the alignment on my racing chair on a pool table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffAdams View Post
    I used to set the alignment on my racing chair on a pool table.
    great
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    Quote Originally Posted by russianrob View Post
    And there is a great angle finder/level combo at Sears that is electronic for about $25. Works great for me as I am the best reading all those little marks on the other devices! ...
    Uhh, russian rob ... Hell, I've got an automatic level finder that only cost several thousand dollars – thought the floors of our house-on-stilts were flat as a pancake but, abandon my new chair locks-off, it'll likely take a trip all on it's own!

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