Hi guys, I have some doubts regarding the wheel adjustments on the y axes; the z axis is fine, and the x axis is acceptable. As for the y axes, I have made a few attempts to get an even load distribution on both inner and outer top and bottom wheels, but I can't seem to find a good compromise between mobility and firmness. My main problem is that the top inner wheels become too tight against the C-beam; they get all of the initial load and are hard to move with the inner bottom eccentric cams loosened all the way. When I try to compensate with the outer bottom wheels, they become tight very quickly but the top outer wheels are fairly loose. Is there a recommended sequence that has proven to work optimally? should I loosen the frame a little or offload the x-gantry to adjust y axes? From what I can estimate, the red arrows are the direction of the load and the blue is the equivalent load on the x-gantry. The inner top wheels also act as a pivot point with a clock-wise torsion on the y-axis assembly.