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Old 04-26-2002, 12:31 AM
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Hey guy`s, there`s no "thinking" about it, I did get screwed. But just in case y`all don`t believe me my address is 1428 N.E. LaMesa Ave. in Gresham, come on buy and see the leaky P.O.S. for yourself. Or better yet buy it, $800.00 or best offer. I have over $1300.00 invested. I probably have around 5000 mi. on it since it was built. Everything inside is new, including the Lockright and 3.73 gears. No joke, it`s for sale. I have a new D60 built by Dutchman Motorsports,(Guy`s that really know how to do axel work, not just pretend to know,)ready to go in my rig. I decided to go that route after Lee at woody`s looked at it and said it would cost me $800 to fix the problem R&P left me with. He said they probably ruined the housing pressing the tube`s back in. I put the 60 together W/disc brake`s for about the same amount, could`nt rate having that much money tied up in just a D44. So come`on any taker`s? I`d even consider part trade. It really is a good deal if you don`t mind a little gear oil dripping on your driveway.
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Old 04-26-2002, 02:33 AM
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Default Re: Anyone know a good 4x4 shop in Portland, OR?

I had forgotten about Dutchman. I've heard their name mentioned lots too with no negative remarks. They are well known for axle work.
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