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Old 10-04-2013
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Default anti squat shims

New to the H2, can anyone explain where the anti squat shims sit?
Dont have a manual, photos would be helpful
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Have a look here
http://www.oople.com/forums/showthre...t=Hobao&page=9

Post number 177 (I think)
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Ok guys, really dont get this shim thing.
As the manual is completely useless, i want to achieve 2deg antisquat.
What shims do i need and where/which way round do they go?

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Basically as it says in the thread:

Use the '0' 3mm curved shim on top of the rear block (in all cases).

Square shim under the front block of 2mm, then you need 1mm on top of front block for 2 degrees of antisquat.
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Basically as it says in the thread:

Use the '0' 3mm curved shim on top of the rear block (in all cases).

Square shim under the front block of 2mm, then you need 1mm on top of front block for 2 degrees of antisquat.
Ok thanks, so im guessing the curved shim labelled 1 goes on the top of the front block which is 1mm?
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