Hello all. I recently purchased the new set of Park's alignment gauges and broke them out for the first time today to check the dropout alignment before adding the seatstays of the frame I am building.

Before this set I had used the older Park versions at the shop I worked at, as well as having experience with the classic Campy gauges, I know how these should work. My problem lies in one of the "outer bushing": it has tons of play. (for the life of me I don't remember this much play on the old set of Park Gauges, nor on the Campy tool)

without touching the gauge it appears as if I am out, but if I use my finger to move the bushing the stars align and all looks within a good spec to continue.

Thoughts? (pic links below)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nz7tlcbh9r...44037.jpg?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/oskynylk6j...44046.jpg?dl=0
Vid:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/4j7jnsvuz0...44058.mp4?dl=0