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Seating Engine to Frame

So how do you pro builders overcome a poor mate between Engine and Frame?
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calcustom Ya hit it!
Shim stock Hmm? Like can one buy this or do ya rip into a flat feeler guage?
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Ive got the same problem on my build. I have .012 on the right front while all the others set flat. I was recommended using stainless steel shim stock. The thought also has been to go get a cheap feeler gauge(stainless) and use it. Alot of different shim sizes there. Same thing on the tranny also. Which would you recommend? Shimming under the tranny to the plate or shimming between the plate and the frame? THANKS!
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PM brake caliper kit, has the right size hole already.
yA I've seen the there to align the Caliper to rotor. Thanks Will keep any spares when I do my brakes never know.
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