There are many other areas of concern where due diligence should be exercised. Is the rear wheel aligned correctly? If not, you could see excessive wear on the sprocket teeth, drive chain, wheel bearings, cush-drive, axle and tire. Do you trust the swingarm marks provided by the manufacturer to be completely accurate, or do you use another method? How important do you think it is to have the rear wheel aligned perfectly? Important enough to take the time to make it right?