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mudgee hunter
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11 July 2018 07:50 pm

This thread is mostly to help newbies out in setting up their high banker at a constant correct angle.
I myself at times in crazy positions set ups, have had to look twice at my base angle.
Even though im pretty confident of how I like it, it would be nice sometimes to have it exactly the same way I had it running perfect last time.
So for a small investment ($33 at bunnings) that has a good use in its original purpose ... is the dial in level.
??? Ok, once you are real happy with your base angle, put this level on your base, using the one bubble that can be turned, dial it in till the bubble is between the lines exactly.
On the side it will show you what degree it even is!
Write it down if you need, leave it as is.
Next time you set it up, put the level on the base again. Straight away you will see if your base is the same as last time. Too much or too little angle.
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Mackka
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11 July 2018 07:52 pm

Great advice MH.
Mackka

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mudgee hunter
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11 July 2018 07:56 pm

Cheers, I've often had to look twice when in crazy spots setting up. Not always on nice flat ground to work with.
in the picture, the bubble on the right can be turned, even if your banker is at 20deg, turn this one till its dead flat and between the lines.

Last edited by mudgee hunter (11 July 2018 08:04 pm)

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aussiefarmer
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11 July 2018 08:04 pm

Just like mine big_smile


Wish in one hand and poo in the other , See which one fills up first !

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mudgee hunter
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11 July 2018 08:06 pm

aussiefarmer wrote:

Just like mine big_smile

the dodgee bit?
lol

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Goldfreak
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11 July 2018 10:37 pm

I splash some water in it and adjust the angle until the water sits right in the riffles. Not very technical but seems to work for me because I use the drop riffle type plastic design.

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