Frank and Chuck!
Now ... do you mean "non driver's side"?? Before I started cleaning it off,
the rust and gunk on the shim and bracket seemed to match together on the
non-driver side or "left". Would left be right in this case?? :)
From Charles Christ <cfchrist at earthlink.net>
To: Frank Clarici <spritenut@Exit109.com>; Robert Duquette
Cc: Spridgeteers <email@example.com>
Date: January 1, 2001 11:07 AM
Subject: Re: I stand corrected ...
>one shim, on the right side! yup-yup-yup!!!
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Frank Clarici <spritenut@Exit109.com>
>To: Robert Duquette <RobertDuquette@Sympatico.ca>
>Cc: Spridgeteers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Monday, January 01, 2001 2:45 PM
>Subject: Re: I stand corrected ...
>> Robert Duquette wrote:
>> After unwrapping the steering rack from its cardboard wrap,
>> > found a piece lying loose that would appear to be a shim. It matches
>> > diagram in Haynes. Should there have been one for each side? ( the
>> > the wrap were open. :( )
>> One shim, I just forget which side ot goes on. I think the
>> right side.
>> Others will correct me if I am wrong.
>> Happy New Year