russb wa said: (quoted from post at 00:10:19 12/19/12) I have not worked on this part of N. I was reading Hobo's post and he is talking about a different shim set. I think it goes behind the backing plates to adjust preload on the bearnings?
Getting that whole setup right is important and easy to misunderstand.
Correct BUT if one does all his shim'n (adjust prel-load) on one side it will make the axles favor that side... You will have one long side and one short side... Other than a axle stretcher it would have to come apart to determine why one axle came up short are as he did take the EZ road and move the hub on the axle...
Theirs no silver bullet,,, sorry :cry:
This post was edited by Hobo,NC at 15:44:42 12/18/12.
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