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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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Hello all. I need to send my Unisteer R & P back for rebuilding and was wondering if anyone has recently sent one in and what their turn around time was. Thanks, Dan
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I don't know, I need to do the same as I have a tight spot that never did work out from normal driving as they eluded to last year.

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IIRC the turnaround time averages 4 weeks. Had to send mine back last year sometime when I junked it and got it back in 2 weeks but they said to expect more. I think that it varies based on where they are in production / how many orders they have coming in. If you call them and ask someone they'll give you a (more) definitive period. They're usually pretty good to work with.

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Thanks Kelly. The shaft seals are leaking inside the boots. The rep says about 2 weeks but i'm kind of skeptical. I told him that the rack has less than 500 miles on it and he gave me the company line that he had never seen one leak unless it was hooked up backwards, which it certainly was not. Kinda funny I found some complaints of leaks when I did a forum search. I guess i'll hope for the best.
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