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dellstopjeep
July 16th, 2004, 18:32
i have my 4.56's all ready to go and my installer backed out, i cant afford shop fees so im lookin for an alternative. if someone has some freetime and would like to make a little cash let me know please.
or if someone knows a shop in this general area that would do it for around 200-250 let me know.
thanks,
eric

shimmy
July 17th, 2004, 21:13
damn thats really low for installing some gears!

ECKSJAY
July 18th, 2004, 13:58
damn thats really low for installing some gears!

Seems reasonable if the inner shafts are pulled and all that needs to be done is install R&P. This is providing all parts are paid for.

dellstopjeep
July 28th, 2004, 11:33
inner shafts arent pulled becasue i have to be able to drive my jeep to wherever the job isdone at. everything is paid for and ready to go.

ECKSJAY
July 28th, 2004, 16:22
inner shafts arent pulled becasue i have to be able to drive my jeep to wherever the job isdone at. everything is paid for and ready to go.

You can pull the inner shafts and leave the stubs in the unibearings (have to or they'll come apart, ask some of us how we know). Makes installation a lot easier for the installer because they have to do NOTHING at the ends of the axle at that point. You might find difficulty in getting a shop to do the work if you didn't buy the parts from them. Are these new or used parts you're using?

dellstopjeep
July 31st, 2004, 01:32
new carrier and gears for front, also came with new seal

and the rears are used along with carrier altho i ont really need the carrier, i had a couple thing missing with the used that i bought so everything i think i have

ring and pinion for both sides
carriers
spider gears
all bolts to hold ring down to carrier
and new seals for each differential
is there anything else?

dellstopjeep
July 31st, 2004, 01:33
will you do if for me?
200 sound okay
haha
sorry i want these guys in soon so i can go to 33's since my 31's gettin near done tread wise.

dellstopjeep
August 9th, 2004, 01:25
can anyone do this or am i out of luck.
just name a price and i will try to meet it.

verrive
August 9th, 2004, 11:13
How far are you willing to drive?

- Kevin

ewander
August 13th, 2004, 12:17
I believe John at Gaylon's drive lines will do it for 200 an end. Their shop is located in Lehi and they do good work. They are in the phone book.

verrive
August 13th, 2004, 18:05
I'm still waiting for you to get back to me. My friend in Moses Lake does it for $200 an axle. If you're thinking $200-250 for both good luck :)

- Kevin

shimmy
August 13th, 2004, 23:52
I'm still waiting for you to get back to me. My friend in Moses Lake does it for $200 an axle. If you're thinking $200-250 for both good luck :)

- Kevin
yeah seriously, 200-250 is usually for one axle not both, give kev's bud call