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05 GTO Drive Shaft Problem

My GTO has recently been making some grinding noises due to the drive shaft bearing getting wore and loosening. My question is 1. Is there a way to replace the bearing instead of the whole drive shaft? 2. If so, where would/could I find it?

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There have been some people that have done it although GM does not sell that part. The other problem is the guibos on either end are rubber and also wear. By the time you rebuild it you could have gotten a one piece.

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