I did, but I picked up another one which I can change out the center sections for street or track and am going with 31 spline not 28. It will make it easier to get pads and rotors with this one as well(cobra instead of versailles).
Bill Scribner. He is just east of boeing surplus up on the hill.
He does everything from scratch it seems. He didn't like the weld job from the previous owner. Granted it did not have nice penny like finish and won't work on anything that is not sandblasted first. His work looks great which is the important part.
The most expensive part was the axles 415.00 Labor was 290.00 for everything
His shop is a little comforting to go see. He's anal about is work -obvious-, the shop is spotless -dust don't have a chance-, and well organized -scary organized: stuff labeled, notes on every rear end he's done. He's a true pro at his craft.
Finally, I'm into more than I thought it would be after initially talking to him, but I believe that his work will be worth it.
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