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i want a solid one but i want the one with the poly center heavy duty
i have no hydros ,or slip yoke .but i have a 454 :biggrin:


cool cars wants 125 bux can anyone get me a cheaper one?
 

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Originally posted by 59Impala@Jul 21 2005, 08:27 PM
stock will do just fine bro, the good one is $200.  454 wont even tax the stocker.
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ive already broke 2 :biggrin: the torque moves the rubber and the drive shaft moves around and makes noise.makes hella black marks ,but makes a lot of noise doing it :( :biggrin:
i found the ones at cool cars for 125 but was looking for something cheaper .but if i have to i will spend the money there.
 

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Brent Greer has some ready to go for $90... in Louisville.
 

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i need one too ... last i heard rich was out of stock ... red's has one for $75 ... but well ya know ....

brent got a number or LIL s/n? my shit has been down all week and i get paid today ...(friday) so i am gonna need some real pertainant info and real fast
 

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Originally posted by ice64berg@Jul 22 2005, 01:59 AM

brent got a number
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Pitbull Hydraulics, the number is in my signature below.
 

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Originally posted by JasonJ@Jul 21 2005, 10:21 PM
Brent Greer has some ready to go for $90... in Louisville.
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i talked to him about it but i need something with "give" cause i have no slip yoke
 

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Originally posted by lone star@Jul 21 2005, 11:32 PM
better get a slip yoke if you use solid bearing i learn the hard way!!!
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yeah i did too along time ago.
 

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Spend $30 on a stock one, then take the bearing out and have a machine shop make you a solid one with the bearing and press it in!
 

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Originally posted by JasonJ@Jul 22 2005, 09:12 AM
Pitbull Hydraulics, the number is in my signature below.
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12:30 he's proably out right now but i will try him in a min
 

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Originally posted by ice64berg@Jul 22 2005, 04:42 PM
12:30 he's proably out right now but i will try him in a min
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it is done ... and soon i will ride again!
 
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