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well the acctuall shim # varies with driveshaft length.. meaning it would be a very slight difference on a short bed to a long bed..
the best thing to do is drop your carrier bearing to a poin where the Ujoints are all equally angled or close to it with a 2 piece drive shaft there almost always 4 Ujpints so it gives you alot of room to play with..
last resort would be buying high angle Ujoints wich are not cheap if you dont want them to break..
if you had a day off i would get bolts that are about 1 1/2 longer and a handfull of thick washers and just add 1 on each bolt run down the road and repeat till the issue is no longer aparent.. then i would build a spacer to match hieght.
i wouldent recomend washers as a fix due to the possibility of it wraping up yor driveshaft under a hard heavy load
97 supercab 4x4: work truck. Reallly Loud stereo (16 speakers, none visable), 20's/35s, 6637, straight piped.
89crx, working on a idea that involves a 454 bigblock, 2.5tons, and boggers.
Custom built 12' jon boat: yea its got a 50 horse jet drive.