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Old 12-30-2017, 11:58 AM
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I have checked the pinion angle on the rear and it is 4* out so I plan on adding in 4* shims in the REAR, my question is how important is it to get the steel shims with the center pin ran through it vs getting the aluminum ones that fit over the top of the original center pins?

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Absolutely MANDATORY!
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Absolutely MANDATORY!

Yep, aluminum shims will eventually break or turn to dust you dont want the rear axle getting loose on the highway steel is the only way to go.
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Yep, aluminum shims will eventually break or turn to dust you dont want the rear axle getting loose on the highway steel is the only way to go.
Nothing brings the shame like a loose rearend

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