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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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any recommendations for rear end shop in SE

hey all...im still presently drivng the t-bird around untill it starts snowing but now i bought my new winter car..it sounds like something in the rear end has/is coming apart..

looking to have my 8.8 in the rear of my 94 bronco re-built. just wondering
if you guys have any recommendations for a shop that does a good job or specializes in differential/driveline work that is reasonably priced.

thanks.
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best ford dealer in the area is village ford , technician Ken Dodson hes excellent rebuilding rearends,

or you can get one from a junkyard, i know i can find them for about 200 bucks
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Its a little bit of a chase for you, but Oval Repair in Livonia only fixes Ford cars and does rear end work. I asked them for prices for my 3.73 and driveshaft install last Summer. My buddy has known the owner for years, he works on classics also. Its a good sign when people bring 1955 T-Birds and 1960's Mustangs there.

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