Yes it does. I went to longer bolts for the A-Arms to allow for more shims and still allow for full contact with the fasteners. I use only Factory shims, and have ~8mm on the drivers side and ~9mm on the passenger side. I think what you are seeing is just the difference in manufacturering tolerances, because of the caster setting readings. I/we just did an alignment on a lifted Isuzu with 35's (our own MLClark's) and to get it "close" on the camber setting, we removed ALL shims. That made the camber -.6* and still allowed for reasonable caster, but to get the camber correct the machine still wanted us to remove as much as 1/2" of shim that just isn't there. The joys of lifted/custom A-Arm'ed/dropped diff rigs. It still drove good but when we put it on the machine the camber was so negitive, that the alignment heads couldn't see each other Kary
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