Ugh, life's been busier than ever since starting the new job!
Using my step-fathers laser level to square everything up nicely. Wish I had thought of borrowing it back when initially mounting the motor, will for sure be using it later when the motor goes back in to perfect its placement.
He's a tiler, and uses the level to save huge amounts of time and effort hashing out his tiles. Apparently the vast majority of the tiling industry avoid the $1000 odd, one off expense of buying a laser level and use plain old spirit levels. Often the result is getting around a rooms' perimeter (or up and over the ceiling) to find your tiles are 5-10mm or more out of whack.
The end result for the 'coon being two tower notches perfectly in line with the center of the earth May look overkill but allows a pedantic fuck like myself to sleep easy at night! I will definitely be investing in one of these for myself when I can justify the expense above other fabrication tools I need sooner. It projects one laser a full 360 degrees level with the horizon, and two full 360 degree lasers vertically 90 degrees from each other (in a cross shape), which allows me to hash out anything and everything dimension critical. Potential applications range from suspension geometry, to mounting drive trains, to leveling cars properly regardless of being on a wonky floor, etc etc etc.
Back to it now, will update my new workshop thread when I find the time!