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2004 chevy z71 drive terrain, Axle

My axle dissconnected from the transmission. It does not have the gear shaft at the end of the axle to slide back into the transmission, it broke off. I was wondering if you can tell me what the parts are and an estimate for the prices of the parts and labor. Thank you.

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If you are talking about rear axle you will have to go to a driveline shop and have a new drive line made up. you will need a front yoke the tube and rear youke also if you lost the slider piece you will need it to and it will have to be balanced. If you need everything yor looking at about $300.00 to replace it or have one built, still half the cost of a new one. If this helped please rate.

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