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Degree shims are constructed of alloy aluminum designed to help align driveline angles when lighted springs are used.
Simple easy item to use, but the overall thickness of the shim is too thick to allow the leaf spring alignment pin to engage the axle, so I felt uneasy about installing it. I purchased steel ones that are bolt on for a little more.
These are not 2.5" wide as one review states. They are only 1.75" wide. The aluminum isn't holding up, I wish I had gotten steel.
Top quality very very satisfying getting the part I thought I bought.
Easy to install, solved the problem I was having with alignment.
Q: I need a set of 2" wide 7° steel shims. Do you have any in that dimension? Answer this question
A: I bought 6 degree aluminum shims which are thicker than the steel shims I've used in the past and shaved them down on a grinder. They are very close to 7 now.
Answered by frogs4ever from encino, CA on 01/25/2021
A: The tallest 2” leaf degree shim that 4WP carries is 6 degree. Warrior Products PN 800052.
Answered by Kelly from 4WP Corporate Headquarters on 01/25/2021
Q: Are these billet aluminum? How wide are they? Answer this question
A: These are case aluminum and they are 2" wide.
Answered by Kelly from 4WP Corporate Headquarters on 11/30/2020
A: Cast aluminum
Answered by Mike from Colorado’ on 11/26/2020
Q: I need a 1/8” shim height difference in your 5” by 2.5” shim. What degree should I order? Answer this question
A: What vehicle are you working on? Please call our sales team with this info so we can get your the correct shims Toll Free: 1-877-474-4821
Answered by Kelly from 4WP Corporate Headquarters on 06/14/2021
Q: How long are these shims? Answer this question
A: 5" long
Answered by Kelly from 4WP Corporate Headquarters on 03/09/2021
Q: Can you use these shims on a 2020 Silverado? Also, the truck originally did not come with a shim. Are the factory bolts long enough to compensate for shim thickness? Answer this question
A: You will need to look at the top of the center pin to see if there is .5-.75 thread sticking out past the nut. If so, the original center pin could be used. If pin is not long enough or if has become stretched, you will need to replace. You will to measure and order the correct diameter center pin.
Answered by Christian from 4WP HQ on 03/01/2021
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