What's the logic behind Norton putting the adjustables on opposite sides. With the front on the right, it pushes to the left, with the rear on the left, it pushes to the right, further angling the rear tire. I don't get it. Since the drivetrain is offset to the left, makes more sense to me to set the adjustables on the left, to push it right. Once set up, adjust spokes accordingly, if necessary. What am I missing? Seems to me A more correct method would be to center the rear wheel with the front and shim accordingly. But that's shims..