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2004 GTO U-joints

I really need a rubber u-joint for my 04 goat and i tried calling the dealership but they will only sell the whole driveshaft as opposed to just the piece i need. Please if anyone could help me with some ideas of where i could buy one i would really appreciate it. My email is [email protected]m. I really dont have 1300 for a new driveshaft when i just need the one rubber piece. Thank you soo much.
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South Coast Speed and Sound sells them for $120 vs. $203.67 at GM Parts Direct. To borrow a post from the other site:
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These are liquid filled, and we offer an OEM replacement for GTOs. $120/ea vs. too much.

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