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Old 04-29-2010, 09:17 AM
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Question Can anyone recommend a driveshaft shop in the Rockville area?

Title says it all. I have a huge amount of slop in the slip yoke at the center berring on my F250. I'm thinking I might just want to get it fixed at a shop rather than blindly ordering parts on-line... Thanks.
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Hmmm, lotsa lookers no responders... Okay how about drive line shops west of the bay?
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I use a-1 driveshafts in baltimore. reasonable price, and they know what they are doing
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you also can use middelton and mead in brooklin, but they are a little pricey
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Thanks for the replies, looks like A-1 has a shop at rt 50 and I495, I'm going to give them a call...
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good deal, let us know how you make out, I didn't know they had a shop there
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A-1 Drive Shaft Rocks!

Charlie, thanks for the tip. I went to A-1's DC location at 3620 East Street Landover, MD. Ed rebuilt my drive shaft (replaced 3 u-joints, stub shaft, slip-yoke, carrier bearing, 1 end-yoke, straightened and balanced it) in less than 24 hours. Price was good considering the amount of parts and work required. I picked it up today at lunch today and re-installed it after dinner. No more clunking, I am pleased. My road test included a few hard shifts at WOT (never knew my truck would bark 3rd!)
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great!!! I never knew of the dc location, glad your back up and running
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