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Old 02-02-2006, 11:55 PM
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King pins

I just wanted everyone th know something I found out today. If you are in teh Memphis area, there is a company at Summer and I-240 called Zellners. They specalize in suspensions. They will install new Kind Pins and alline a old ford truck for $320. Took me a while to find them and I wanted to pass it along.
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Sounds like a good deal. I always heard King Pins were a mean and tuff job to do.
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Yep, Joe Zellner has been doing good work in the Memphis area for many years. He's probably the best deal for CV-type axles as well.

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Joe Zellner is a good guy. I met him once. Like hes like an old mechanic. Hard to get his respect but he will never treat you wrong.
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I use Zellners for all my front end work. They do great work.
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This is good to know indeed then - THANK YOU!!!
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Might be worth driving from Covington to take advantage of. The guy I talked to at Zellners seemed real excited and proud of the fact that they could do the job right. If someone is going to work on my truck I want them to be extreemly proud of the job they do especally if it is the King Pins.
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It sounds like they are the right people. Tell us how it comes out, couldja pleeze?

I have an idea that it will be cool, just from what has been said.
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Zellner is a great guy to work with, and he does really good work... not to mention that he's got a fantastic looking daughter!
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I know it has been a while but I just got Zellner's to change my king pins yesterday. 3 of the bearing surfaces had failed as well as the roller bearings on both sides. The job took them most of the day. I noticed some things about the job they did. While they had the spindles off they completely cleaned them and put a coat of black paint on them. They did a real good job and the truck drives much better. The total cost was $420 for labor, parts and an alignment. Not bad since I really feel that the job was done right and I don't have to worry about it for another 30 years.
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I'm about to get a set of I-Beams for my mudder (not my MOM!) and it sounds like I oughta run them by that place from the git-go.

Better to do it on the front end, then do it later up in the truck...
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Cost near $1000 here years ago on dads F-100, bushings had welded themselves to the arms, was so bad the wheel wouldn't return while making a turn. I knew there were issues when I couldn't get it to take grease, even after replacing the zerks, keep them greased guys.
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