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Old 12-20-2009, 07:53 PM
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Need a good drive shaft shop

Any one know of a good drive shaft shop in the puget sound area?? Gotta get one made for the sexty six.
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Old 12-21-2009, 05:55 PM
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Daveyboy, I know of a great shop in Kent. I will not be able to get the name and number until after the New Year.
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Old 12-21-2009, 10:04 PM
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ok thats fine I wont have any money till then either
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umm there is a place in evererett that a few friends that lift their trucks swear by for their drive shafts...

its called nw drive lines if my memory is working right today... if you live around the everett area... go down back behind the everett and community transit and trainstation place.... down by the court houses and jail, and look behind the transit center, you will see a great big old building that says nw drive lines.... its an old factory lookin thing...
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Old 12-22-2009, 10:57 PM
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umm there is a place in evererett that a few friends that lift their trucks swear by for their drive shafts...

its called nw drive lines if my memory is working right today... if you live around the everett area... go down back behind the everett and community transit and trainstation place.... down by the court houses and jail, and look behind the transit center, you will see a great big old building that says nw drive lines.... its an old factory lookin thing...

Well I dont Live near there but Randys ring and pinion is up there and I do need to get new gears in BOTH of my trucks. so it might work out
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Aukeem Drivelines in Kent. Finally went by the place today.
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Thanks I will look them up
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Aukeem Drivelines in Kent. Finally went by the place today.
Are they the one on East Valley a little north of 212th?
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There's a small driveline shop in Lacey if you drive north on Sleater Kinney off of Martin Way. It'll be on the right hand side, and roughly 2 miles north of the Martin Way intersection. He runs the place from home, but had a shop there too. He did a driveline balance for me once. Sorry I can't remember the name.
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Are they the one on East Valley a little north of 212th?
Wow, forgot about answering Tim. Yes, it is the shop.
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Got my drive shaft take care of. I actually look a drive shaft from a 78 F100, put a slip joint in it, got a u joint that was two diffrent sizes andmated it to a GM yoke. It works perfect no vibrations nothing. And just so every one knows my truck hauls ***.
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