Essential when rebuilding your engine to ensure that the conrod sits central in the crankcase and that the roller bearing inner cage on the drive side does not have excess play on the crankshaft.
I normally start the shimming process with this shim, which sits between crankshaft and timing side main bearing, to ensure the conrod sits central, before shimning the other (Drive) to take up excess clearance between crankshaft and roller bearing inner race.
This is for a single shim in one of the following sizes:
0.030”/0.018”/ 0.012"/0.006"/0.003” (or in metric: 0.5mm/0.3mm/0.2mm/0.1mm/0.05mm) .
Feb 20: All sizes now back in stock