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front drive shaft 2002 24v dodge

Anyone know of fix for a front drive shaft mine is all toured apart at the eyck is there anything aftermarket i would appreciate the help thanks from Canada Ontario:
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I would either check salvage yards for a used shaft and install new u-joints, or if you have a driveline shop around they can weld a new yoke onto your shaft. If one of the yokes are bad on the t-case or differential, they can match up a new one to your old one.

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I found a new one online (EBAY) for about 250 the dealer wanted 600 ouch. will cost 150 just for new ujoints

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I just replaced my u-joints in mine this last spring.. Not to bad but it would be nice to have a press. I used standard ol' greaseable joints so I could maintain them and pump fresh grease into them.

Like ICEMAN said you could take the shaft to a driveline shop and have it completely serviced and balanced for ya!

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