My point was that you need to confirm that new rubber dampers cured the problem, and if not, you need to add shims if you want to remove the play.It's always good to learn something new, and that's part of the fun here, you share, I share, I learn, others learn, and I say thank you. I just added that at the moment shims became irrelevant, because the guy ordered new rubbers, when he could have compromised on shims, but he had already ordered, so it turned out that this time he chose the better quality solution. I personally like that there is always a cheap and simple solution in my pocket, even if it is not the perfect solution. So thank you again
I'm saying don't assume a new set will make it right, check it and shim if necessary.
Shimming isn't just a cheap solution - it's the solution if new parts don't remove the play.