Anybody up there make driveshafts? The guy here local jacked mine up- he made the damn thing 4 inches to short. I had 27 1/4 from spline to diff flange and for some reason he made it 23 1/4. He got mad and told me that he doesnt make import shafts anymore. I said fine you keep the shaft and walked out. I didnt pay him shit- I was so pissed off when I measured and it came up short. ...... Anyway let me know.
All I have left is intercooler piping to come in the mail and driveshaft to be made and the quest will be ready for it first voyage out of the garage in like 2 years. lol
Sure I can. But after looking at your ps3 sig. I'm not sure what your looking for. Of course, I can just add it to the bottom and it will increase the height of it, but not sure if that's what you want.
Except that our infraction bot would pick up that numerous usernames are being logged in from the same computer, then we would send that person a PM asking why there are so many users on one computer. LOL.
You've got too much time on your hands! Work on that purple car!
LOL! Dude, supposedly I've got the most referrals thus far- what you're looking at is points for referrals (actual referrals is much lower than that). Mike checked for us and let us know who was top dog- I was curious!
Though, that could be a good thing or a bad thing, if you get my drift. LOL.
Sorry for the wicked late reply, I forgot about your message. Here's a copy/paste of the information I got from Marlin Crawler:
Ok, for any R-series trans that we rebuild, we have a special
treatment. The First gear thrust washer is a weak point, we have our own
Chromolly Thrust washer. We also have a Chromolly Bearing retainer.
Marlin has seen the stock retainer worn out on almost all of the
R-series cores we get, that is why we stopped that problem. They are
fully cleaned, inspected and built better than stock. As for price, a
Fully built trans, with short throw, shipped is $1470.00. If you have
any questions you can call and ask for Angelo, our builder.