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Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Ontario, Canada
NovaKaw650...You're correct in saying "if you want to tighten the belt, then you remove shims, not add them". However, by removing one, you may not achieve the desired deflection, e.g. mine had a .024 and .039 in it for a total of .063. To achieve the proper deflection I needed to be at .051 which isn't achievable by removing one of the two shims that were in it. It was achievable by purchasing a .012 shim (Part#92026-0034).
The service manual shows a total of 6 shims available, they are .012, .024, .032, .039 and .055.
2007 750 Camo Brute, 27" Mudlite XTR's/ Black 14" SS108's, 1" spacers, Diamond G Tie Rods, Gibson Steering Stabilizer, Elka's, Richochet skids, Snorkels, Dyna FS CDI, Twin Air, Full Muzzy, Gaffrig Wtr.- Prf. Temp Gauge, Ext. Oil Cooler w/braided lines, VFJ primary mod., XT 25 Warn.