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A-Arm Steel Shims
A-Arm Steel Shims
.58" Inside Diameter, Steel, Zinc Plated
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Bag of ten shims. (4) 1/16" thick and (6) 1/8" thick.
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These steel A-arm shims are used for adjusting your camber and caster. Package contains four 1/16" thick shims and six 1/8" thick shims.
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