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Title: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: FJmonkey on September 01, 2016, 12:06:39 PM
Here is the same information that is in the GYSM for shim selection.

The measurements for these charts is millimeters, not inches.

EDIT: 11/13/16 - This chart now includes the additional shim sizes offered by RPM.

EDIT: 4/18/17 - Metric measured column added, if you like that metric stuff...


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: FJmonkey on April 22, 2017, 08:57:19 PM
The new charts have been loaded for the very rare few that like metric.... :bomb:


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: Ted Schefelbein on April 06, 2020, 12:22:40 PM
I was taught that there are two kinds of countries. Those countries that have successfully launched and landed a man on the moon, and safely returned those that landed on the moon to earth.

The other kind of countries all use the metric system.


Ted


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: Millietant on April 07, 2020, 04:03:32 AM
So, that can be taken 2 ways Ted - either the U.K. Has landed a man on the moon and successfully brought him safely back as well, or if you believe the conspiracy theorists, everybody in the world uses metric.  :sarcastic: :sarcastic:


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: TomJK on April 07, 2020, 05:30:17 AM
With the help of a German war-criminal, well he was in my opinion....


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: Millietant on April 07, 2020, 06:46:58 AM
With the help of a German war-criminal, well he was in my opinion....

OK, that's gone completely over my head Tom.........I think I'm just too thick/slow to get it  :biggrin:


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: TomJK on April 07, 2020, 06:56:20 AM
Werner von Braun, he made the  V2 rockets that landed on the UK....captured by the Americans and quickly cleared of any blame....why would did that happen?


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: Millietant on April 07, 2020, 12:58:46 PM
Ahh, nothing to do with Imperial vs Metric then   :biggrin:


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: TRoy on April 07, 2020, 03:44:21 PM
German war-criminal

 Hi Tom ...entirely unrelated to the topic, I've just noticed your profile pic.  :good2: I've seen that view a few times before - about 15 years ago. Coming home from Tellico ,on the interstate. All my camping gear strapped on. Filled up with gas, hit the road went as fast as she'd go for about 40 minutes, ran out of gas! Lesson learned - when you're running WFO you only get about 100 miles per tank  :drinks:

....nowadays I get all vertigo'd out when i try to go over 90  :sarcastic:


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: TomJK on April 08, 2020, 01:02:25 AM
Not related to the Shim Chart..
That goes for all, just did a fast stretch on the German Autobahn with my Z900 (2019) with 17 Liter it just managed 120 Miles, touring in France I got 200 miles range....
Cheers, Tom.


Title: Re: Shim Chart - Updated Apr 18 2017
Post by: Ted Schefelbein on April 11, 2020, 07:00:07 PM
So, that can be taken 2 ways Ted - either the U.K. Has landed a man on the moon and successfully brought him safely back as well, or if you believe the conspiracy theorists, everybody in the world uses metric.  :sarcastic: :sarcastic:

I belong to the local English bicycle club in Minneapolis. I am one of the few guys in the US with a complete set of Whitworth tools, for use on my Raleigh bikes, the ones built prior to 1974 or so, anyway.

The later Englush bikes were metric. The French bikes were always metric.

Ted