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Old 09-15-2021, 12:26 AM
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Maybe I wasn't clear, AMT never installed shims in any of their stuff but that doesn't mean they were so perfect and others didn't shim certain things in them.
Not knocking any brands and I'm sure others were shimmed as well. Not all parts were CNC perfect for cost and slop in tolerances.
That is what makes learning your stuff so fun as not all are exact and learning what helps and why is the long road but fun if you don't take yourself too serious. Heck it was only a few years ago that I started learning all this and still many more years to catch up with all you others.
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