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Old 07-22-2009, 02:43 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by Integra View Post
I use a .3 shim and make sure i can stuff it in between the shim stack and make sure it can walk up and down....you only need to get the corner of the shim in the stack to get a good idea of where your at......the Kyosho shims make the job almost too easy if you ask me....and its funny how many guys have invested lots of $$ in those Crappy ofna shim kits that come with an assortment of shim's...there's really only 3-4 clutch bell shims in there that you can actually use.
+1 on the kyosho shim kit I love it. Kyosho makes great products like fuel line, filter oil ect. I just never liked their cars very much, always broken and expensive to repair when you can find parts.
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