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Why not to use aluminum degree shims!

Here's the pro-comp 2* shims that I ran for about 11 months. This is why steel shims should be used. These were in the front.

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Re: Why not to use aluminum degree shims!

I am really surprised that they lasted that long. Mine only lasted about 2 weeks. [img]images/graemlins/mad.gif[/img]
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Re: Why not to use aluminum degree shims!

yup.. we pulled a set broke in half out at the dixie run last week too
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