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Originally Posted by Niko-Time
I should have thought you'd want to lap, your not meant to have a giant x in the middle of it.
The X is so you can see if you're lapping evenly or not. If one side of the X is going away faster than the other side, then you're not lapping it evenly (it's gonna become slanted).
post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by The Hundred Gunner
The X is so you can see if you're lapping evenly or not. If one side of the X is going away faster than the other side, then you're not lapping it evenly (it's gonna become slanted).
I know, was meant to be sarcasm
    
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