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Any specialist to repair propeller/prop/cardan shaft

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1st Gear (edited)

Hi

 

Can recommend a specialist that just repair the above shaft for my 4wd system?

Tks

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Turbocharged

Without proper context as to what car you have you might as well be asking what type of fuel you should be putting in your unknown vehicle - petrol, diesel or CNG

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Supersonic

Should be something like this bah?

 

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Repair? I think our automotive industry aren't the type that will do repairs or have the expertise (repair will be too much effort and too little to profit). Replacement will make more sense, less down time. Repair wise I think industrial fabrication and repair workshop will be able to do it. Cos the weak point is always the universal joint. Not easy cos there are many brands of industrial universal joints out there. Unless you are able to find out what brand and model. So trying to just find the correct and matching replacement part can be a challenge.

 

For automotive it will be straight forward which come as a whole assembly including the shaft and what's not. Sometimes it already comes assembled. Easy job for the mechanics. That's why it can be unusually expensive. To replace just the joint of course cost less but more cost will go on labour and down time and depends on how lucky for you to find the part provided it's ex-stock and no need to wait for shipping.
 

If you ask me I will choose replacement. Too much hassle to repair and too much uncertainty unless you have the lobang to do so.

To me there will be at least two parties involved. The automotive workshop to remove the drive shaft assembly. The industrial workshop or the industrial parts supplier workshop to replace the joint. And dan back to automotive workshop to put the assembly back on your car.

 

Good luck.

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1st Gear

Should be. A new prop shaft costs 3-4k, and car scraping in 1-2 year time, so hopefully its repairable, rather than replacing a whole new one

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3rd Gear

What's your ride and what's wrong that you need to repair your prop shaft?

 

Is it confirmed prop shaft?

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Neutral Newbie

Hi, i am Norman Lee. 

Our Company specialist in Metal and Plastic Spare Parts Fabrications. We also repair and rebuild motor vehicle parts.

Example, Replace Wheel bearings, Replace Lower Arm Bushings, Machining bolts and threading Oil sump nuts and bolts, Propeller shafts universal joints, Carden shaft repairing, Skimming of Disc Rotor, Slotting and hole drilling of Disc Rotor. fabricates Plastic and metal bushings.

Should you need any services, you can contact me whatsapp (Norman Lee) @ HP: 9794 0094 You can whatsapp me pictures of parts that needed to repair or rebuild. But we do not dismantle or install parts to and from the vehicle. Our company workshop around has motor shop to do all dismantling and installing. We only charge on the repairing works.

Our Company details:

HONG HENG ENGINEERING WORKS CO,

BLK 5031, ANG MO KIO INDUSTRIAL PARK 2,

#01-227, S(569534)

TEL : 6482 4248

Email : norman@hong-heng.com

 

 

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