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    Veteran Member Four Rings PaperToast's Avatar
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    Apr 29 2009
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    41811
    My Garage
    Quadzilla
    Location
    Longmont, CO

    Recommendations for getting a drive shaft rebuilt

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    found out that the cause of high speed vibrations is due to the driveshaft wearing out for the lack of a better description
    was told by the shop that they have had issues with the allroad shaft not being rebuilt properly and the eventually put a new oem one in

    yall know of or worked with any re-builders that i can contact in the area that can handle this job?
    Rockin' the Rockies
    '01 allroad, 234k woot woot, still boosting on original turbos and tippy, slightly more modified. . .

    Scotty@Advanced, "Push it off a cliff, when it hits the ground you should have a few thousand horsepower available for a brief second."

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    Established Member Two Rings Clockwerks's Avatar
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    Jul 19 2013
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    119259
    My Garage
    05 6mt allroad, Wife's Honda Pilot, impending feeling of doom with 2 C5 audis
    Location
    Parker CO USA

    Colorado drive shaft just north of the mousetrap. He rebuilt and balanced my a6 driveshaft; both cvís, u joint and carrier bearing for a little less than 300 I think. Itís smooth as silk and quiet up to 140 (allegedly)
    05 allroad 6 speed, blue, color matched and bone stock so far...
    04 2.7 A6 6 speed with GT28RS Turbos, water/meth injection, 3" performance exhaust w/ RS6 tips, Koni FSDs, Eibachs, & H&R sway bars, 8 piston Brembos, RS6 18" whls, Drive train stab, RS6 body & alcantera interior, European RS6 pedals, R8 steering whl running a Kenwood 9980, Boost gauge, Blah, blah blah...

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