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Average Cost to Install Gears?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Tuff84blaze, Dec 13, 2004.

  1. Tuff84blaze

    Tuff84blaze 1/2 ton status

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    My Brother Just Got New Gears Front and Rear For His Suburban, and He Was Wondering About How Much He Should Expect to Pay For Installation?

    It Has 10-Bolt Front 14-Bolt SF Rear, The Gears are 4.56 and Came With Install Kit, and He Got a Detroit For The Rear. :cool:
     
  2. 75-K5

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    If he already has the gears and install kit expect to pay in the $200-250 ballpark for installation labor, maybe more depending on location and if you know somebody.
     
  3. k5floyd

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    ive got 10 bolts f/r and already had the detroit, went with the 4.56s and it was just at 1300 to do both ends. im not sure about the sf14b but the ff is much easier to set up from what ive heard, but i dont know if it would effect the price.
     
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    ahh, yes, i forgot hes already got the stuff. my price was including the gear sets
     
  5. Tuff84blaze

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    Feeeewwww...You Scared Me There For a Second $1300, I Would Have Just Bought The Tools and Learned How to do it Myself if That Was the Case.

    Thanks For the Help.
     

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