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bought these rods, used, all look good except 1.
looks liek it over heated and melted alittle. i cant explain it.

now, if not, can it be sent a machine shop and be repaired? i planed on sending them to get balenced anyway.

or can i replace just 1 rod, or do i have to buy a whole set?

pics here
http://www.clubcivic.com/board/showthread.php?t=108898
 

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Easy fix just take it to a machine shop and put new bearings in it... Call it a day... Oversized bearings maybe
 

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Eagle makes a very good steel rod. Great all around. :TU:
 

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i whould worry about blueish discoloring wich shows extreme heat and may distemper the alloy and weaken the stuctural integrity of the rod.
i didnt see any from the pics but like ryan said why not buy some tt rods for hardley any more?
a local shop owner offered me a set of eagles that spun a bearring for $100.
i turned them down because of the discoloration. not worth it imo.
 
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