Join Date: May 2010
Location: San Marcos, TX
Year/Make/Model: 2014 Nomad ABS
If you're talking about the movement of the entire wheel assembly on the right side, it's because the belt is on the left holding that side in place, while the right side has nothing. The wheel is actually pivoting on the belt. You need to make sure the wheel assembly is pushed toward the front on both sides (to loosen the belt) before adjusting. Adjust the left side first, then the right.
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