Quick question. Which way do I need to move my front motormount alignment to correct for abnormal wear (cupping) on the outboard side of my drivebelt? Here's the background. My '02 FLHRI is at 60k miles with its original drivebelt (I think that's right. I bought the bike with 20k on it and have never put a belt on it). I've noticed some cupping of the outside edge of the drivebelt that has been there for as long as I've owned it. No problems with abnormal sounds, vibration, or how the bike tracks. I've checked the wheel alignment and its Ok. I'm doing routine winter maintenance and changing my tranny pulley from a 32T to 34T, and with 60k on the bike, I figured I'll change the belt. This would also be a good time to address that issue of drivetrain alignment. It's not bad in terms of how the bike operates, but its a little out of line to get that cupping on the outside edge of the drive belt. All I need to do is change the horizontal axis of engine/tranny a little. Here's the focus of what I'm looking for: 1. Which way do I need to move the horizonal axis of the engine/tranny to correct for abnormal wear on the outside edge of the belt? 2. How far (how many threads on the adjustment linkage) should I move the axis? I'm thinkin this should be a small change of axis, maybe only 2-4 threads on the adjustment linkage. Thanks.