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Old 07-16-2017, 06:37 PM   #1
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Cab shims

Just curious of the frequency and size shims you may have found, that was factory assembled for your cab mounts. My front mounts had a 3/16" shim each. No shims on the rear.

I'm rebuilding a truck and just guessing here, but seems I'll need those or similar. That or it was a GM miss.

Here's a page (86) out of the assembly manual. The shim(s) is #9.

Thank you.
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Just curious of the frequency and size shims you may have found, that was factory assembled for your cab mounts. My front mounts had a 3/16" shim each. No shims on the rear.

I'm rebuilding a truck and just guessing here, but seems I'll need those or similar. That or it was a GM miss.

Here's a page (86) out of the assembly manual. The shim(s) is #9.

Thank you.
Mine had round flat washers under right rear and left front
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