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Leaky rear carrier 91 mechanic recommendation?

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GOLDCYLON

I have been out of town lately when I came home I noticed a significant leak from the rear carrier. I spoke to AZ Motorhead (Phil) but he is having a surgery that will him keep out of bounds for about six months. I live in North Peoria basically 2 miles away from Phil ..... does anybody here have a trusted close by mechanic that I can go to other than Phil?  Help thanks GC 

 

Phil BTW still came over to confirm the leak and suggested to post up !!!! He really is an awesome guy!!!! GC 

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SixAddict

Cordes Performance Racing.

 

Classic Gold Auto.

 

Both in Tempe. 

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Extender32

I vote for classic gold or possibly Vintage Iron in Scottsdale. Your car maybe too new for vintage iron but I would give them a call and speak to Mark or Marcus and they just completed a ton of work on Julies 78' and I am real happy with their work.

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GOLDCYLON

Any thing closer guys... Thanks for those leads 

Lol a C4 is too new right along with the C5s

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Extender32
5 hours ago, GOLDCYLON said:

Any thing closer guys... Thanks for those leads 

Lol a C4 is too new right along with the C5s

All I've ever seen in Vintage Iron's shop have been 60's muscle cars.

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TheCMSH

No personal experience but I've heard positive feedback about Gruelich's there in Peoria

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GOLDCYLON

CMSH I am giving them a go I will report back. While I am there I am getting the axel seals and pinion done as we for GP. GC 

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1991 ZR1

How about some 4.10's at the same time?

 

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GOLDCYLON

lol nope not at this time. To be honest I'm pretty happy with the setup

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GOLDCYLON

Well I took the CMSH's suggestion and the did a good job. Went ahead and replaced the axle seals and pinion seal while they were in there. $1200 but no more leaks for now. GC

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