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wilit
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Anyone have a recommendation to have a 9 inch center section rebuilt in the Bay Area? Looking to have new bearings and the trac-lock clutches replaced.

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Do you have the time and desire to do it your self? It's not that hard. The tools to do it yourself cost less than the labor.
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Ask Jon Duncan(Vallejo) plan on having him do my back brace and fill and drain plugs on my 70 coupes

heard good things about about The Rearend Shop (Livermore) and i think "Dan"(NOT TURBO50- Dan)in (pleasanton area) forgot his shop name; he does rear end rebuilds..Sorry forgot his screen name and shop name but know its in the pleasanton/dublin area and his name Dan and quality of service has always been good just as the others mentioned..(Minus Turbo50)

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if your ever down my area we can do it @rightgearandaxle Salinas Ca 93908 usually one day turnaround time call for a qoute (831)4243717

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quote:
Originally posted by wilit:
Anyone have a recommendation to have a 9 inch center section rebuilt in the Bay Area? Looking to have new bearings and the trac-lock clutches replaced.

Ever hit anyone up yet?

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wilit
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quote:
Originally posted by 70stang351w:
quote:
Originally posted by wilit:
Anyone have a recommendation to have a 9 inch center section rebuilt in the Bay Area? Looking to have new bearings and the trac-lock clutches replaced.

Ever hit anyone up yet?
Not yet. I've been so busy at work and with other projects, I just haven't devoted a lot of time to this yet. So far, I've torn it down and bought a disc brake setup for it. That's about it.

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Did you ever get this done?

I'm currently getting a Moser M9 Fabbed housing with TruTrac POSI and sealed bearings in Sacramento at Jaws Gear and Axle.

It's not the bay area but are a very reputable shop.

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quote:
Originally posted by 66_5.0:
Did you ever get this done?

I'm currently getting a Moser M9 Fabbed housing with TruTrac POSI and sealed bearings in Sacramento at Jaws Gear and Axle.

It's not the bay area but are a very reputable shop.

Yeah, actually I should be picking it up from the Rear End Shop next week. Ended up going with a TruTrac as well.
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Hey Wilit get the 9in installed? Just ordered my torq arm setup that needs to be welded to the 9in center section..just need a back brace, drain and fill plugs..

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quote:
Originally posted by 70stang351w:
Hey Wilit get the 9in installed? Just ordered my torq arm setup that needs to be welded to the 9in center section..just need a back brace, drain and fill plugs..

I'm fighting a losing battle for work space in my garage. Just when I get it cleared out so I can work on it, my wife brings more shit home, or moves old shit out of the house into the garage and the cleaning cycle starts all over. Someday I will get this car done, but that day is not today.

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Got room for a shed on the side of your house? Throwing what you don't often use in a shed can open up a lot of room to wrench on car projects.
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