Good report Champ - thanks for inputs here and in your other post.
I'm pleased you share my own review of the quality of this equipment.
And as you say, the wheels are just a delight
Originally Posted by champ87
Moving the bike around is very easy. The four casters give the stand the directional stability of a 500 lb shopping cart so don’t expect to hit your braking markers as you blaze a racing line around the garage. For its intended purpose it’s just fine and this stand is going to be a joy to use for maintenance – which is what I bought it for. You can spin the bike on the spot so this is the tool for maneuvering a bike into a tight space.
I wonder how close the final result will be to the recommended set-up (per the horizontal adjustment rod length) in the guide?
It might be a good starting point for all, to at least set out with the recommended set-up, while recognizing the the required technique for engagement & raising.
That last bit is key element.
And only then make changed as might be required if tilt needs fine-tuning.