Thanks for that. I will try to find something the same thickness as the scales and put it under the opposite end wheel as I use the scales. I'm surprised that your bike weighs more in the rear than in the front. When I built the Seeley 850, I tried to keep the weight forward as much as possible. When I had my Triton, moving the motor forward an inch until the mounts touched, made a significant improvement to the handling. It felt much more positive.