2014 ram and I've rebuilt the top end with Jay's .5 cam kit, ( cam, lifters, pushrods, springs) It runs great and I'm happy with it but for the life of me I can't get rid of the chatter from the rockers. Never had it before. The chatter is coming from both heads. I have did some research and came across some info about to many shims could cause excessive play in the rockers. When I installed the new springs, it did come with easy instructions, basically stating stock shim first and then the shim and locator that came in the kit next. I followed the instructions precisely. Could this be to many shims? What if I were to pull a shim out? I have a new intake and exhaust rocker arm rail coming in the mail and I'm going to install them on the drivers side and see if that helps. However, I don't see that being the problem. I've tried a couple different oils I did make sure pushrods are in the correct placement lol. I find it funny when someone asks if I installed intake rods in the intake side and visa versa. I imagine someone has though. So, wouldn't the removal of a shim tighten the valve train? I got to thinking about the head gasket set I used too. I'm wondering if they were to thin. They were multi layer and they looked like good head gaskets. However, I did get them from ebay, along with a complete engine gasket set. I told myself to buy the mopar head gaskets but they look good. Any thoughts?