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Discussion in 'Suspension | Axle' started by muddybuddy, Mar 12, 2006.
20* steel axle shims, made by muddytazz. never installed, going another route.
$50 + shipping
Can you send me a pic?
$30 including shipping to Michigan?
ill get pics. id need more than $30. i paid $85 for them, and they have never been installed.
i will also include 2 4" leaf spring pins, never used as well.
wow thats a big freakin shim
yup haha. with the price of steel now, they werent cheap
Holly **** are those ever huge.
K, those are a lot bigger than I was picturing.
Going to have to pass.
did you sell your shims?
nope still got them. want them?
yes. pm me. i will give them a try.
Holy Crap thats a shim ? I thought it was a splitting maul for splitting fire wood . I guess it's the cheaper mode then turning your knuckles . Good luck with those .
you sure those aren't oil ramps?
lol jp, but seriously...what kind of lift would call for 20* of correction?
X2 on the how much lift?
well i never put them on, but it was going to be on a k5 with 10" lift. i think they are actually 18* shims. i didnt have a welder or i would jus rotate the perches. i bought them jus to get rid of the nasty noise of driveshaft binding so i could sell the truck, but ended up not needing to sell it so i never installed them. could prolly make a couple sets of 5* and 8* shims out of them if you had the right tools.
top...could easily make a couple pairs out of shiims out of these! steel aint cheap
back from the dead. dont know if ive still got the centering pins, but will take $40 + shipping.
you could easily cut them down and make 2 or 3 pairs of shims out of these! with the price of steel now this is cheap! or sharpen and use them to split wood with a maul!
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