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Unread 07-30-2012, 03:59 PM   #1
offroadjoe1998
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Tj Need knowledgeable repair shop - Eastland, TX

I have a bent rear axle shaft on my 97 TJ. It's a D35 with Detroit locker running 35" tires, a weak combination I know. I bought it with a few upgrades already on it so I'm not sure if the PO put moly shafts, stepped up the spline count or anything other than the locker. I need a repair shop that knows what they're doing when it comes to 4WD vehicles. I just recently moved to Ranger, TX (which is a TINY little place with only a Diesel truck repair shop on the interstate) and I have yet to find a good shop near here. The new job I got in Eastland, TX has no fellow offroaders so they can't give me any tips. Any of you out there know of a knowledgeable shop near Eastland or should I just take it to someone in Weatherford (an hour east), Stephenville (an hour southeast), or Abilene (an hour west)? Thanks for the help folks.

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Unread 07-30-2012, 06:36 PM   #2
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Sorry I cant recommend a place around town. I would suggest going to Mary's Cafe in Strawn. Not because there is someone there to help, but you will feel tons better after a Chicken Fry and cold beer.
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