I know, I know, there's bits all over the internet, but I want to do it 100% right and that's how you guys work!
I have cut nylon rod calibration blocks to the standard lengths, I have Nanocom, so what's next?
Do I start at Access and work up, or Extended and work down?
Do I jack up front and back, insert the blocks, drop it and say to Nano, "Fill yer boots," or is there another stage I need to go through?
I set it up a while ago using the tape measure method, but finding a flat piece of road isn't easy here and recently, as I have to drop to Access every time I put her in the garage, she's been playing silly buggers. Nothing I can't sort, but she shouldn't be doing it in the first place.
When I swapped her back to air, after buying on coils, bags (Dunlop) were three months old, compressor was new, valve block was rebuilt, so I see no reason, apart from properly calibrating, why it all shouldn't be happy.
As I say, a simple idiot's guide would be brilliant. 'cos I'm an idiot!