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Old 03-05-2012, 09:19 AM
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Hello guys and gals. I bought a 1999 Cobra (for gas mileage purposes of course!) recently. My left rear axle shaft boot was torn. Unforntunately, these parts are rare aftermarket and not produced by Ford any longer. Their fix is to swap out the carrier and axles out of an 03-05 to the tune of 900 bucks. I spoke with Robin at Mid Atlantic and she told me about these guys. I pulled the shaft and they fixed it while I waited for 60 bucks. They are in Baltimore and their number is 410 752 3000. I highly recommend them.
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Thanks for sharing!

I've used them several times in the past, they do great work at affordable rates
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Thanks for sharing!

I've used them several times in the past, they do great work at affordable rates
No worries!! It's just so hard to find good customer service these days.
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Yep they took care of my DS and all the U-Joints.... awesome place!!!! Great customer service and very affordable.
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