Question:

What is an indication that something is wrong with you rear end?

Answer:

If there are problems with your rear end there will always be some noise. Noise such as howling, growling, chattering or sometimes clunking

Question:

What would cause a vibration in my car?

Answer:

Vibration is commonly caused by drive line angles or balance. In some cases it can mean that the pinion shaft is loose due to a failing bearing, but again there will be other noises as well.

Question:

I definitely fear noise from the rear end. What should I do?

Answer:

Get in touch with a repair facility. Most rear end problems start with bearing failure, which is relatively easy to fix when caught early. If the vehicle is continued to be driven the failing bearings will cause damage to other parts of the differential and the repairs will become more expensive.

Question:

If I just change the oil in my differential will it help with my problem?

Answer:

NO, once the bearings or any other parts in your rear end are compromised they need to be repaired.

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Question:

What can cause damage

Answer:

Most rear ends need to be rebuilt around 150k – 200k. The bearings turn constantly and will wear out over time… However some other reasons may apply, such as heavy towing, bigger tire or lift kits.

Question:

Why should I call a specialty shop?

Answer:

It’s in the name. We do one thing and we do it fast and efficiently. Our large inventory and buying power helps us complete most jobs in as little as one day which allows us to keep our prices very competitive.

Question:

What can be done if I don’t like the performance of my vehicle?

Answer:

If you would like to save gas, increase towing capacity, or change RPM’s we can change your gear ratio to better suite your needs.