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Classic Austin Mini Radius Arm Tracking Shim , S/ Steel , For Ck22 Box Section

Classic Austin Mini Radius Arm Tracking Shim , S/ Steel , For Ck22 Box Section

Classic Austin Mini Radius Arm Tracking Shim , S/ Steel , For Ck22 Box Section
Part No: CK18
Internet Price $5.95
This is Special Order Only Item
Shims for CK22 alloy beam.

These specially manufactured shim washers go behind the adjustable camber bracket to alter tracking. Manufactured in 0.028” stainless steel they are inserted between the vertical face of the outer radius arm bracket and the frame. These shims give permanent settings and ultimate strength, yet can easily be added/removed as required. By how much the shims alter the tracking can be assessed in the workshop allowing ease of use for racers at the track. They can also be used to correct tracking on standard cars with standard radius arm brackets.

Shims smaller in height are also available for the standard subframe as CK17 with 2.25" bolt hole gaps. These CK18 have 1.75" gaps for bolts.

Shims alters tracking as follows.

A pair (one each side) alters tracking by approx 10' (thats ten minutes - part of a degree, or 1/32" or 0.032" or 0.75mm). So one shim is approx 5' or 1/64" or 0.016" or 0.4mm (increasing toe out).

Can be cut to make MK3 door hinge shims.
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