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Old 08-12-2018, 04:19 AM   #15
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Here are the videos:

https://youtu.be/mJG4RzuEe7w

https://youtu.be/0gg-yb7KtMg

https://youtu.be/j6_dfix_WVk

I will attempt to embed them......
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How can you be so stupid.

I dont even have words for the incompentence.

What did the Chevy dealer say?


Thanks for the videos and glad you made it home in one piece, hopefully this bearing thing is in the past.

Man you lucked out as it didnt damage the spindle, could of been alot worse
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Im sorry you are still being haunted by your repairs.

FWIW I messaged with either Dale at Oemeys or someone at UltraRV and was told it wasn't necessary to tip the axle but I didn't have the bearings replaced.

I did put in exactly 3 gallons on the nose. I will have to check it when I am on level ground again.
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I have no idea of how Reeder Chevy pooched this install. Gator Truck said the inside bearing was trashed. Gator Truck and Reeder are both "authorized Workhorse Service Centers" but both refused to pay for this. And that is another thread I'm going to start later when I get back home. Needless to say, we are not happy campers.
I've seen a shop rebuild a AX-15 5 speed in a Jeep. Then forget to fill it with ANY OIL.

It happens.
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I understand human error. Right now I am preparing my "case" with the videos, photos and documentation. I have to go to Reeder Chevy and request a refund for all the work done on the rear bearings, and half the Canadian bill. Then I have contact Gatr Truck Service in St Cloud and request a full refund, and half the bill from Canada.

Anyone want to start a betting pool on which ones refuse to refund and I end up in small claims court in two different states? This is the "human" part I am have the least faith in.........
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Old 08-17-2018, 05:19 PM   #24
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The ol why look in the book, when I have a good number on this old bearing.
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