I have been adding butcher blocks to my equipment, all over..
So when I added a large 22" by 19" by 1 3/4 Maple, with a 19" by 16" by 3: Walnut in top of it. I was re-levelling the Kuzma TT. But... Well the stand was way off (1/4" low on the backside.)
So I left it.. with the nagging feeling I need to level the sucker up. So finally I measure with a level just how far off it is.. With the Right front as base. the Left front needs one washer, the Left rear two, and the Right rear 2 plus a little...
Well I take everything apart, and flip it over. Add the washers and realize the Right bottom is not even on the feet, but resting on Low TipToes plus some bits of rubber (this is what happens when you do not look at stuff for years and years.. No memory of them).. So I still left the front alone, and did a pile of washers on the rear foot to get it near the Tip toe, and guesstimated it will be good. The final shot was adding a 1/4 wedge to the rear tip toe anyway since it came loose and I have bits of hard rubber (which were on them anyway. So adding the 1/4" should be just right anyway.
Good thing I am not really fussy. LOL
So at this point the stand is back in place, and I am relaxing before getting started on adding the butcher blocks back, leveling them to a good point... etc.
Oh yeah My Kuzma Stabi Stogi S TT sits on the right, and my older Rega P-5 on the left.
Underneath the top of the stand sit my Audio Research SP-15 and it's power supply.
Added well I did the final level of the Kuzma just adding shims under the Upper Walnut Butcher block... Then I git the nagginf feeling if I do that what is the point of the Maple underblock. SO Took off the upper block again and put the exact same shims under the lower block, And YES Level.
Now after I add all sorts of other stuff to the shelving the level may go a bit out of wack.. But I can fix that too.
I am hoping since the feet are basically in the same spot they were in for years, that the rug will not settle anymore...