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Old 03-17-2010, 02:30 PM
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Originally Posted by vstech View Post
whunter said it, he's not sure, but he's really dissappointed with remans and strongly believes the OE axles are superior if they only need a reboot.
If an OE axle is not damaged, isnt this all that is done?

If an OE axle is damaged, then reman is the only choice, right?

Anyone on here do rebooting for pay? Might be a nice way to make a few bucks. Id pay at least as much money for a reboot as a reman would cost from an auto parts place.
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