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Location: Sarasota, Florida
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I just did mine a week or so ago. You can do it yourself, you will have to beat the old one off with a BFH, and use a HUGE socket to beat the new one back on. It took me and my buddy to do this so one could hold the driveshaft while the other is giving it some good whacks.
The rubber in my old carrier housing was totally ripped and I had the vibration only at stop lights/signs until 10 mph.. If you go to NAPA, get the one that cost $110, it will be the spicer unit, the other one they carry is only $55 or so, but is made in China.. You can guess that I choose to get the spicer unit. GL
2000 F250 CCSB, 6" Lift, 20" Fuel Hostage rims on 37" Toyo MTs, BTS Tunes & BTS Valvebody, straight piped, Tru-Cool 40K cooler, scangaugeII, Autometer triples go in this week.
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