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Old 01-14-2005, 06:23 PM   #1
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They be going and I'm just gonna replace the whole deal. Snout seal, bearings, and uhh...already got ZZP coupler.

I'm looking to have the INTENSE garage do the rebuild, but I need to supply the jist of the parts. OEM recommended? I remember seeing some low friction ones somewhere on the net but lost the link. Anything worth digging for or just not reliable?

Either way I need part numbers, part numbers, part numbers!
Thx. Winter is halfway through and I gotta get the ball rolling again soon (no pun intended...and if you still think there was then I guess there is...)
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Isn't there a rebuild sticky in this forum?
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www.rollingperformance.com

They should have everything but the coupler. Its kinda expensive though, for the upgraded bearings that is. I dunno if its worth it.
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I've been through this with my boss, and rolling performance is the best option. It'* difficult to assemble all the materials from various sources. There are Thunderchicken suppliers, but RollingPerformance has a good track record, and takes the time to do the legwork for you. You get everything you need in the box.
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