(Please, be kind) - I've set up the dial indicator from scratch a few times now, and I keep getting the same readings. From what I can wrap my head around, it seems I need a set of .021 offset dowel pins. .058 divided by two is .029, leaving .008. I can't figure out how the runout on the opposite axis can both be positive? Shouldn't it be shifted either one way or another, positive or negative, from center? I watched several different YouTube videos on the procedure but I'm wanting to be sure I order the correct pins. I just don't see how the top/bottom can both be positive numbers. This is on a '64 383 with a 2892626 11" bellhousing. I used the pressure plate holes to mount a strip of 1/4" steel across the flywheel so the magnetic mount would be offset, to better center the dial (not enough room to mount the dial with the magnetic mount in the center of the flywheel). Do I just need the .021" offset dowels and try to get all the numbers under .008", as specified in the Mopar assembly manual? I don't think I'm doing this right.