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Unread 12-11-2011, 07:46 AM   #1
TxFireman1972
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Anyone used 249 Drivetrain in Houston?

Was looking at their axle conversions. Was just curious if anyone had dealt with them before.

http://www.249drivetrain.com/

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Unread 02-15-2012, 03:22 PM   #2
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Hey, dont know if your still looking for drivetrain service, but Ive dealt with him [Allen] numerous times. I put in a rebuilt Ax-5 from him, works fine. Redone front and rear ends, and hopefully getting an 8.8 swap from him within the next couple weeks. BEWARE: he is retardedly busy, and his people skills can be lacking at times, but, he does great work at decent prices for what Ive needed. He might put you on the back burner as far as scheduling, but be persistent with him and hell get you in. He's just a good ol' boy who basically lives at his shop. Anymore questions, just let me know.
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