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DE SOTO AMIGO
Posted 2020-07-08 10:44 PM (#600610)
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Who's the best GEAR BOX and steering column repair guy in town? my car 1958 plymouth belveder.
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58coupe
Posted 2020-07-09 9:59 AM (#600620 - in reply to #600610)
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What town are you located in?
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DE SOTO AMIGO
Posted 2020-07-11 9:37 PM (#600745 - in reply to #600620)
Subject: Re: gearbox


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SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA but i could have it ship anywhere to get it repaired.
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mstrug
Posted 2020-07-12 9:24 AM (#600758 - in reply to #600610)
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Lares Corp os highly recommended. https://catalog.larescorp.com/select/Plymouth/Belvedere/1958/ALL/ALL

Edited by mstrug 2020-07-12 9:25 AM
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60 dart
Posted 2020-07-12 3:28 PM (#600769 - in reply to #600610)
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i just did my 60 dart as it was worn and full of rust . it started as stuck , yes stuck with muscle being needed to free it up . so i pulled it , opened it up to see the damage . it was beyond help for both gears but
i had bought a spare not long ago just in case . i opened it up to see a not too bad interior . i still went ahead for a rebuild and had a hard time finding all chrysler nos parts but i did . they are really hard to find
and is not one stop shopping . if i ever need a manual steering gear done again it will be done by people in the know . for a pro rebuild it would have cost at a minimum 279$ plus the trip both ways . what i
have in it at this point all totaled is @ 250$ and hours of aggravation . but in the end though i know all new parts are nos mopar . two things will also help make things easier removing and reinstalling , get a helper
and slide the column up out of the way for more wiggle room ---------------------------------------------------------later
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