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 Post subject: Scales
PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2004 4:12 pm 
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Location: Sarasota,Florida
I dont know if digital scales can be adjusted for margine of errror but if i remember correctly(class of 77) tripple beam scales have an adjuster for this. You can buy certified weights (there not that expensive) to adjust the scale to near perfect in accuracy. I believe Edmund Scientific sells scales and weights as well as many other scientific stuff in case your interested in making a still (ha ha). I cant remember the weight limit of these type scales but your not going to be able to weight a complete bike.


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