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03-14-2012 12:23 AM
prox445 I too am from West Chicago. I have shops in McHenry and Elgin. Let me know if you'd like some help. It's super easy. If you want to contact me I can walk you through it.
03-01-2012 12:58 PM
Cdavidsonrzr Im in west chicago. I can do it. There not a big deal. You just have to pick up seals at dealer for some reason all the parts stores cant get the right seals half the time. Send me message if you want. Got a shop at house
03-01-2012 10:25 AM
Shop recommendation for pinion seal replacement

Can anyone recommend a good place in the western burbs to have their pinion seals replaced on both front and rears from experience? I've called around to a few places mentioned in previous threads but I'm getting considerably different responses from everywhere I call. I've got a 97 TJ and while i'm not seeing anything continually leak on the driveway the amount of fluid around the diff has got me worried. If I could tackle it myself i'd prefer that route since the parts are a fraction of what the cost of job will be at a shop but I'm new to the area and dont have the equipment necessary.

Thoughts? Suggestions on where I should take it?

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