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04-02-2003 06:37 PM
rfb92345 I'm in Hesperia. Email me at beydler@juno.com
04-02-2003 05:34 AM
willys36@aol.com We have a driveshaft specialty company here in Bakersfield and there was one in Fresno and Visalia when I lived up there. All they do is what you are wanting to do. Check your phone book. I think most towns have a business like this.
04-01-2003 08:20 PM
mcclja
Rearend and Driveshaft Shortening in SoCal

Does anybody know of a good place in Southern California to have a driveshaft and/or rearend shortened (the closer to the San Bernardino area the better)? What does pricing for those two procedures generally run? I'm needing to shorten a Ford 8" rearend and an 80's Thunderbird driveshaft. Thanks in advance for any information! Jim

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