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amusez34 09-26-2018 12:31 PM

Shop for fixing rear diff
 
Hi, I just found out my rear diff is leaked and needed to be replaced. I bought the rear diff package from z1. But my local shops do not work on rear diff. Does any one have had experience with shop that worked on rear diff around SoCal?

redondoaveb 09-26-2018 12:35 PM

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Originally Posted by amusez34 (Post 3788388)
Hi, I just found out my rear diff is leaked and needed to be replaced. I bought the rear diff package from z1. But my local shop do not work on rear diff. Does any one have had experience with shop that worked on rear diff around SoCal?

Where are you is SoCal?

amusez34 09-26-2018 12:53 PM

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Originally Posted by redondoaveb (Post 3788390)
Where are you is SoCal?

Iím located around Rowland height 91748.

Zbrah 09-26-2018 01:02 PM

I would recommend my shop in Orange but after he did mine and a bunch of 350z over the past few years he swore off doing another lol

Just an FYI you’re looking at 5-8 hours of labor so plan to leave the car for the day.

amusez34 09-26-2018 01:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Zbrah (Post 3788394)
I would recommend my shop in Orange but after he did mine and a bunch of 350z over the past few years he swore off doing another lol

Just an FYI youíre looking at 5-8 hours of labor so plan to leave the car for the day.

What is the name of the shop? And how much he charged to work on yours?

redondoaveb 09-26-2018 01:20 PM

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Originally Posted by amusez34 (Post 3788392)
Iím located around Rowland height 91748.

The shop that did mine is in Torrance, a little far from you as is Specialty Z.

Zbrah 09-26-2018 02:21 PM

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Originally Posted by amusez34 (Post 3788397)
What is the name of the shop? And how much he charged to work on yours?

SoCal Motorworks. You can find the shop on Yelp and I would call beforehand to see if heís willing to do another one. When I picked up my car he mentioned how much of a pain it was and he might not take another one. He did a good job though. I never had another issue after we replaced the crappy oem bushings for poly ones. Had this done 2-3 years ago so canít remember exactly what I paid but likely a ball park between 600-700 at their shop rate back then. Usually paid with cash for everything I do and would get a little discount. Ask for a quote if heís going to do it.

amusez34 09-26-2018 02:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Zbrah (Post 3788414)
SoCal Motorworks. You can find the shop on Yelp and I would call beforehand to see if heís willing to do another one. When I picked up my car he mentioned how much of a pain it was and he might not take another one. He did a good job though. I never had another issue after we replaced the crappy oem bushings for poly ones. Had this done 2-3 years ago so canít remember exactly what I paid but likely a ball park between 600-700 at their shop rate back then. Usually paid with cash for everything I do and would get a little discount. Ask for a quote if heís going to do it.

Thanks bud


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