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Wobble Wedge 6 White Wobble Wedges

Fix anything that wobbles; Levels anything that tilts; Wedges anything that's loose; Semi clear; The ultimate installation shim; Stop wobbles while customers are seated or where regular or temporary adjustments are needed
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what is the thickness at the thick end?
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These wobble wedges measure 3/16" at their thickest end. They can also be stacked for additional height.
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what are the demensions of the wobblewedge

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Each Wobble Wedge in the Wobble Wedge 624 6-pack is approximately 2 inches long, 1 1/8 inch wide, and 1/4 inch thick at the thickest end.
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