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Need new Carrier thrust washers

Were can one purchase new GM .31" thick carrier thrust washers for 10 bolt 8.2 differential?

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GM dealer or a good trans shop.
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There is probably a driveline shop in your area that has shim kits which will give you any shim thickness you might want. I sell kits for $11.
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Were can one purchase new GM .31" thick carrier thrust washers for 10 bolt 8.2 differential?
Which thrust washers are you needing??

Side gear thrust washers: GM#40000160. These are actually for a 99 and newer 8.5 but are the same ID/OD. Not sure of the thickness though.

Pinion gear thrust washers: GM#1385734

Not a good idea to put a generic shim in these locations as the generic shims are not normally hardened and you could end up with a mess.
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