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Just in case, here's a definition of "rollout."

Kerry's right, as usual. Just in case you're not clear on "rollout," though, it means one complete revolution of the wheel. It's most accurate if the tire is pumped to the pressure you'll be riding and if you're sitting on the bike, and usually if somebody supports you (or you can have one hand on a wall or something) so the bike goes absolutely straight, no wobbles. If you're really picky, you can mark the tire and floor with chalk and go forward until the chalk mark touches down again, then measure the distance in millimeters, which will be your setting. As a practical matter, though, missing it by half an inch isn't going to make much difference..
 
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