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Side gear shims???? HELP!!!!

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by SHavis, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. SHavis

    SHavis

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    I'm re-doing my front locker & need some .170 side gear shims (Toyota pn: 41361-611410) & the local Toyota dealers can't seem to get them. (what's the word?....clueless!) Any idea's where I can order a set and not have to wait weeks for delivery?

    Help!!

    Thanks!!
    Scott
     
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    camcruiser13

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    call kurt at cruiseroutfitters

    he'll take care of you.
     
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    x2. If he doesn't answer leave a message and/or send him an email. If he has what you need he'll get it to you. But, he gets more and more popular around here because he runs a great business. That makes him more and more busy so you may need a little patience. Worth the wait.
     
  4. SHavis

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    I e-mailed Kurt & he got right back with me. All he has are .150 washer/shims. SO the search is still on! (maybe the .150's will work???)

    Scott
     
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    cruiseroutfit Supporting Vendor Moderator

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    Thanks for the props guys... :cool:

    Scott, I replied to your email... but I will answer here also for others in need. I have some aftermarket ones that are .150", but nothing larger... and I've used up all the thicker used OEM ones I had likely doing the same thing you are.. shimming a LockRight. Good luck, wish I had something for you!
     
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    cruiseroutfit Supporting Vendor Moderator

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    Are you shimming a Lockright?? the .150's will leave you .040 off, could be too much. I'm sure someone has some thicker used stock ones kicking around??
     
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    Scott, I've got a small stack of them somewhere but I'm not sure what sizes they are. I'll double check.
    Bring it to Katemcy and we'll install it in camp. :D
     
  8. SHavis

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    Jason,
    The Roundup still hasn't made it onto the calendar. If you have shims it might!

    Kurt,
    Thanks for looking!

    Scott
     
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    I was just going to say CDan.

    He will hook you up like a tow truck!