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Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack
Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack

Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack

0.063" Overall Thickness, Aluminum, Raw

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Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack
Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack
Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack
Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack
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Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack
Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack
Karting Spindle Ride Height Shims, 4 Pack
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Overall Thickness:
0.063"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Raw
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These half height spindle spacers are used to finely adjust the ride height of the spindle.  These shims are 1/16" thick and are designed to be used with a 3/8" kingpin bolt.  Typical 1/8" spacers adjust corner weight in 10lb increments, these adjust it in 5lbs.

  • 1/16" thick
  • Use with 3/8" kingpin
  • 6061 aluminum
  • Sold as set of 4

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  • After installing front brakes, Jeff is now ready for wheels and tires. See how a spacer is used to make his 15" wheels fit just right and a slick way to speed up the sanding and polishing process of the wheel dust caps.
  • Our hot rod expert takes you through his ford I beam axle setup. Follow as he sets up the front end on his split wishbone front suspension Model A.
  • When it comes to a traditional style build on an early hot rod it just has to be rolling on a solid front axle of some sort. In this buyer's guide we take you through I-beam and round tube solid axles, spindle choices, radius rod needs, and more.

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