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Old April 13th, 2007, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default Anyone rebuild the front driveshaft in a ram?

The dual cardon thing in mine is squeaking. How bad of a job is it on a 96 to do? About the same as others?
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Pretty much the same as doing a Jeep one. Here's a link to a nice write up for a ram:

http://www.pavementsucks.com/tech/doublecardan.php
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Tim, Gerald Cartwright rebuilds them for around $50 IIRC, plus parts.
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Cool, thanks guys. There is no movement in there, just squeaks like crazy and drives me nuts when in 4x4.

Wish it had a grease thingy.
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