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Question Rear drive shaft

I need someone to rebuild the rear drive shaft on my 94.... any recommendations? Someone in OC?


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Last time I needed one this place had rebuilt driveshafts at the ready:

Placentia Truck Parts
461 S Van Buren St, Placentia, CA 92870
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I'll have to take a look at my spare but I think they have OC driveline rebuild them, can't remember for sure because it was 12 years ago.




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I don't recall the name but there was good place that did dads rear shaft in his truck. Located in the NW corner of the intersection of the 91 FWY and the 57 FWY. Can see it when on the 91 heading west....can probably talk to them while in the car during rush hour :p . I want to say it is Precision driveline?? or something like that. they were reasonable...and quick or were about 10 years ago when I still lived out there.

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I don't recall the name but there was good place that did dads rear shaft in his truck. Located in the NW corner of the intersection of the 91 FWY and the 57 FWY. Can see it when on the 91 heading west....can probably talk to them while in the car during rush hour :p . I want to say it is Precision driveline?? or something like that. they were reasonable...and quick or were about 10 years ago when I still lived out there.
I believe that is the company that did mine, but I just did a search and can't seem to find a presence in Fullerton/Placentia.




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Thanks for the info... I spoke to Driveline of OC in Placentia...They want $500. Maybe I should pull a used one.


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