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Thread: VIDEO - JL JOURNAL : A BAD VIBE - Tracking Down & Fixing Driveshaft Vibrations

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    Is Drive Line and Gear local to you or did you ship it?
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    I had Drive Line and Gear rebuild my old spare rear shaft today. New u joints, shortened it 7”, replace the slip since the splines were twisted and balanced and a new paint job. More than half the price of a new shaft and they did it in about 5 hours with no appointment. I probably won’t ever go anywhere else for driveline work again.

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    Now I have a spare front shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmilobrown View Post
    Is Drive Line and Gear local to you or did you ship it?


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    They are in Reno. I was out there and brought it by.


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    Thanks, I've been debating on whether to rebuild mine and just have someone balance it, or just send it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmilobrown View Post
    Thanks, I've been debating on whether to rebuild mine and just have someone balance it, or just send it out.

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    Driveline shops can usually tell you what you need.


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    True! Anybody recommend a good shop in northern AZ? Adam's is about three hours from me. Got to be something closer.

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    I just had mine in to get repaired.

    I ended up needing a new tube. Seems one of my bad lines ended up bending it slightly, causing the vibration I felt.

    $200 to retube and balance. Seemed fair to me.

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