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Old 05-21-2010, 07:38 AM
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Pics of broken Sun Coast Intermediate Shaft

Well, this was about the biggest waste of money I have spend on the truck. It lasted exactly two WOT shifts and then broke. Spartan 310 owns this thing!





At least I was able to get two paper weights out of it. Only $412.40 each!

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Those are EXPENSIVE paperweights. Holy crap! Is Suncoast going to do anything for you?
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My guess they would be willing to sale him another one.
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My guess they would be willing to sale him another one.


That sucks. I was just starting to look around. Hopefully Suncoast will help out.
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Just weld it back on there, it'll be fine

Sorry about the luck but I guess that's part of the game
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Old 05-21-2010, 10:46 AM
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Suntoast??
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would be wise to make a call to Suncoast and let them know about it to see if they make good on this. Lets not have anyone smear their name yet. they have been a top notch Trans company. Problem could come from weak steel parts, and not from Suncoast personally. Not saying the OP was having any intentions on smearing their name all over for bad parts. I am saying this from previous problems we have had with vendors and such.
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Old 05-21-2010, 10:54 AM
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would be wise to make a call to Suncoast and let them know about it to see if they make good on this. Lets not have anyone smear their name yet. they have been a top notch Trans company. Problem could come from weak steel parts, and not from Suncoast personally. Not saying the OP was having any intentions on smearing their name all over for bad parts. I am saying this from previous problems we have had with vendors and such.
they know all about this happening with these....so much they discontinued making them ....for now ,and that way
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would be wise to make a call to Suncoast and let them know about it to see if they make good on this. Lets not have anyone smear their name yet. they have been a top notch Trans company. Problem could come from weak steel parts, and not from Suncoast personally. Not saying the OP was having any intentions on smearing their name all over for bad parts. I am saying this from previous problems we have had with vendors and such.
I called Suncoast this morning. Waiting on a call back from Ron about the issue. I broke the trans last week, but wanted to wait to call them until I had the piece in my hand.

Not trying to mess up Suncoast's rep at all. Just hope they can do something for me to help correct the problem. I paid a lot for this part and would just like it to work properly.
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Hope it gets worked out for ya
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