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Old 11-09-2009, 10:59 AM
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Drive shaft shop?

Looking for a drive shaft shop to rebuild my front drive shaft in my 99 F-350. Anyone have any suggestions of a good shop in the Peoria, IL area?
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Old 11-19-2009, 03:24 AM
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The Drive Shaft or axle? Just needs new U joints? I have a Shop in Galesburg.
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The slip joint in the front drive shaft is loose. The U-joints seemed ok, but I'd have them replaced while I had it out. Is this something you could do?
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I'm positive it is. If you haven't found a decent shop in peoria. Let me know if you want to have it checked out.
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Saw the PM you sent, but like you I didn't notice it for a while. Shoot me your number or email. I'm hoping to get this fixed before christmas if I can. Thanks.
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did you get your driveshaft replaced or repaired yet?
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