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MARKHAM, ONT

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Anyone know a place in the GTA to get a driveshaft cut?

 

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ALLAN PARK, ONT ADMINISTRATOR

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Here is one in Whitby..... drivelinewhitby.com

I would go to a local transmission shop and ask, they should know someone

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I had one done at Drive Line Whitby. He was amazing.

Warren

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Dynamic Shaft    589 Middlefield Scarborough 416-321-1075

Always satified with their work, but not necessarily cheap.



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Thanks Guys.

I will check Dynamic first. They are 5 minutes away. I went there about 15 years ago and they weren't cutting them then. They sent me to Driveline on Midwest Rd, but they closed up.

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is astro joint still in business

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77 wrote:

is astro joint still in business


 

Tried googlin.........Chevy Astro and doobies show up.



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123pugsy wrote:
77 wrote:

is astro joint still in business


 

Tried googlin.........Chevy Astro and doobies show up.


 that's where i would go after the cutting has been done, lol



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wuga wrote:

I had one done at Drive Line Whitby. He was amazing.

Warren


 i have had a couple of them done there over time, they did a good job.



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Check with the heavy truck guys, Freightliner, Mack, Peterbuilt etc. they would know who, and where to go.

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Thanks.

Someone gave me these guys. 165 bucks. I made sure not to tell them 69 El Camino.

It would probably be $400.00 if I did that.

http://patsdriveline.com/locations/



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Sniper wrote:

Check with the heavy truck guys, Freightliner, Mack, Peterbuilt etc. they would know who, and where to go.


 there are a couple of places around dixie rd north of the 401 that do mostly truck shafts. be easier for him to run to whitby from the markham area i would guess.



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shag766 wrote:
Sniper wrote:

Check with the heavy truck guys, Freightliner, Mack, Peterbuilt etc. they would know who, and where to go.


 there are a couple of places around dixie rd north of the 401 that do mostly truck shafts. be easier for him to run to whitby from the markham area i would guess.


Thanks.

Actually, our driver goes to the area every week.

Engine and tranny are going in tonight and I will measure it up and send it tomorrow.

Only one problem. If you're supposed to measure when it's on the ground and you can't fit underneath, WT??

Or is there a method where I should deduct X/X"  to allow for the hanging suspension?



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123pugsy wrote:
shag766 wrote:
Sniper wrote:

Check with the heavy truck guys, Freightliner, Mack, Peterbuilt etc. they would know who, and where to go.


 there are a couple of places around dixie rd north of the 401 that do mostly truck shafts. be easier for him to run to whitby from the markham area i would guess.


Thanks.

Actually, our driver goes to the area every week.

Engine and tranny are going in tonight and I will measure it up and send it tomorrow.

Only one problem. If you're supposed to measure when it's on the ground and you can't fit underneath, WT??

Or is there a method where I should deduct X/X"  to allow for the hanging suspension?


 Just jack up the rear suspension when you have it in the air. Then measure.



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Lightspeed Mike wrote:
123pugsy wrote:
shag766 wrote:
Sniper wrote:

Check with the heavy truck guys, Freightliner, Mack, Peterbuilt etc. they would know who, and where to go.


 there are a couple of places around dixie rd north of the 401 that do mostly truck shafts. be easier for him to run to whitby from the markham area i would guess.


Thanks.

Actually, our driver goes to the area every week.

Engine and tranny are going in tonight and I will measure it up and send it tomorrow.

Only one problem. If you're supposed to measure when it's on the ground and you can't fit underneath, WT??

Or is there a method where I should deduct X/X"  to allow for the hanging suspension?


 Just jack up the rear suspension when you have it in the air. Then measure.


 D'OH! Of course. I can use the tranny jack. Car is on the hoist.



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Pat's did what appears to be a good job of it. Haven't installed it yet.

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