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01-10-2013 07:31 PM
djwrangler Is it just u joints? Not that hard of a job to do yourself or a mechanically inclined friend if that's the cause of your squeak.
01-10-2013 06:56 PM
Gary2 Used to be Mr.Driveshaft in Farmingdale not far from GSP Exit 98 . It may still be there , its been 20 some years since I was there.
01-09-2013 07:09 PM
Irongrave Axle Exchange end of story. they built shafts for Eric Miller the current king of the hammers, most of the north east rock crawlers/race teams run their shafts along with a good chunk of drag race cars.

01-09-2013 05:46 PM
srad600 There is a place near me I use and like a lot (RPC Drive line and parts) but they are down in Pennsauken. The prices arent THAT good but the work is top notch. To be honest I like them better then Tom Woods(some of that is just because they are local and the service is so good).
01-09-2013 04:26 PM
NJ drive shaft rebuild shops

I have to do something with my front drive shaft - squeaking like angry sparrows under there. Anyone shop recommendations in central/north NJ (morris, somerset, union) to rebuild the shaft that won't break the bank? I can get a new Tom Woods one (which I'm leaning toward and then keeping this for a spare) for $299...

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