Quote: First I said the NY capital district which is 130 miles form nyc. I asked if anyone knew of a shop to do the work. So far I have myself replaced all the front wheel bearings, all the brake lines and brake pads, all the gas lines, all the power steering lines,rebuilt the gas tank and all fittings. put in all new u-joints and replaced the cargo ddor hinges. So i don't need anyone talking down to me about anything that has to do with working on cars. I do not have a 20 ton press and have not been able to find someone to do it for me on over 2 months. I know they need grease but they also need to be replaced sometimes. And also if you are going to be a smart ass learn how to spell correctly when you do it. Thank you
Works been nuts and have not got back here..sorry
Sorry I upset you ..I was not in any way or form talk down to you or being a smart ass.. If you do as I have said and ask around I'm sure someone will have the tooling to do your axle ...
On the spelling.. I have dyslexia know fun really in this day and age.. And a crime on forums I know .. But a lot of people who have dyslexia are very creative and mechanical .. I'll take that over good spelling any day..
Sorry I upset the forum ...Hope you get your axle fixed ...
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