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We just received the shim you need for the rear wheel bearing to take out the play.If you buy the rear wheel bearings they come with them.If you need them for your own wheel bearings.They are 2.50 ea.

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Frankie

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What are these shims you're talking about? I assume they go between the bearing and the snap ring, is that right?

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Will the shim work in the front too that's were most my at is I had washers made to put behind the axle nut to try tighten up didn't do much

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