Tuff Country's Degree Shims install between the rear axle and leaf springs, restoring pinion angle and eliminating the driveline vibration that sometimes occurs after lifting your vehicle.
Hi, how wide are these shims, I have a 2006 Toyota tacoma, and my leafs are 2.5'' thanks
Asked by Nam from United States on
These Tuff Country Axle Degree Shims are 2 inches wide. Thanks!
Answered by Craig R. from United States on
Are these steel or aluminum?
Asked by josh from on
Hello! The Tuff Country Axle Degree Shims are made from Aluminum, strong but light weight. Thanks!
Answered by Bob H from on
I have a 1978 CJ5 with 2 1/2" over springs and 1 1/2" over shackles, What degree of shim do I need to restore steering geometry?
Asked by bassic1967 from Newark, Ohio on
This is a really tough question to answer without seeing the vehicle. Axle shims in the most basic form are designed to adjust your pinion angle. To restore your steering geometry you may want to add a drop pitman arm part #EXP4WD243P. This part will fit power steering models also.
Answered by Nick from Newark, Ohio on
For over a quarter of a century, Tuff Country EZ-Ride Suspension has had its finger on the pulse of the aftermarket suspension market. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, the company has ready-made testing grounds practically in its backyard with the nearby Wasatch Mountains. Brackets are constructed from top grade steel and precision cut for winning fitments. Tuff Country's focus is squarely on lift and leveling kits for a wide range of 4x4s and they also manufacture leaf springs, steering stabilizers, traction bars and other off-road accessories. Their kits have a reputation for being easy on the wallet and easy to install so when you want to clear larger tires make Tuff Country a destination. Shop Tuff Country Now