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Re: "Patricks' Tech Tip Article [Re: posey] #1318412 Fri Jul 19 2019 05:54 PM
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Thanks for the link

Re: "Patricks' Tech Tip Article [Re: posey] #1318442 Fri Jul 19 2019 08:50 PM
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I agree with Tim's point. Sounds like there is a an issue causing the vibration. Similar symptoms prior to my pinion bearing exploding. If your going to take it all apart, do it once. I did mine years ago, have many trouble free miles since.....


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Re: "Patricks' Tech Tip Article [Re: posey] #1318771 Mon Jul 22 2019 09:44 AM
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They don’t give a very good indication of thickness,
Diameter etc. of the shims they carry.
Anyone have other sources that give more detailed dimensional information
On the shims they sell,
Thanks

Re: "Patricks' Tech Tip Article [Re: posey] #1318881 Mon Jul 22 2019 11:35 PM
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Posey.......you have private message.

Re: "Patricks' Tech Tip Article [Re: posey] #1318886 Tue Jul 23 2019 12:25 AM
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Originally Posted by posey
They don’t give a very good indication of thickness,
Diameter etc. of the shims they carry.
Anyone have other sources that give more detailed dimensional information
On the shims they sell,
Thanks

Yes,
The link to “product dimension charts” is on page originally linked and takes you here
http://ratechmfg.com/Dimension%20Chart.htm
Shims and their specifications are at the bottom.


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