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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by blazentank, Jun 3, 2002.
How much does it normally cost to get a transfercase rebuilt
out here, yuma az it is 250 for a 203 and 600 for a 205. that is by a VERY reputible(sp) trans shop.
To get my 208 rebuilt the shop said the price could be up to $1500
Not a complete rebuild AFAIK (4wd dumb at that time) but I had Aamco "fix" mine when it broke, and it ran me about $500. Of course I didn't ask to see the parts, but supposedly they had to replace the chain, planetary and some other parts. Again, at the time, I knew nothing about these things, so I let them do what they needed to. However, this is not negative towards Aamco, they pulled it and re-installed it, and the thing worked fine for 5 more years, and last I heard, was still working, even after being abused.
A complete rebuild cost me $1200 about 5 years ago.
I called around today for my 208 and it was $250. That price was just to install new seal's and some other minor parts.
There is a place here in enfield connecticut called camarata truck parts and they have rebuilt 208's on the shelf for 750 with a core charge I have done business with them in the past and they are exellent .I dont know how much shipping would be for a t-case but give em a call and see what they can do for ya.good luck...........
I had a 465 and 205 rebuilt and new coupler for $1000cdn
Wow, I feel pretty good about what i paid for my T-case rebuild then. I only paid 300 for my 208. Thats replacing the 1st shift fork and the the sleve... a few other things. The guy told me he cut me a major deal. But i guess so considering I had him build me a High performance 700R4 for 2400 dollars and rebild both my axles for 1500 doallrs. The tranny has a 3 year warrenty, and he t-case has a one year warrenty. Dont know about the axles but I know he'd fix me up if something went wrong.
I agree with you,
the prices I hear on this site are amazing sometimes.
mostly the 'guy walks in the door' prices and not the 'I know this guy' pricing.
Do a search for "Pistole's" in this Forum. They are in Austin and they replaced EVERYTHING inside my 208 for $375.
It's still running 9 months later.
10310 Old Manchaca Rd
Local guy here does a NP205 for $200 plus $150 parts kit.............check out www.transfercases.com - you can get a rebuilt one from them for $650 (NP 208)............
I ordered my rebuild kit from www.jbconversions.com I also got the slip yolk eliminator total price was around 550. I paid $ 1200 to get the 700r4 and 241 (my parts) rebuilt and yes I did know the guy and I hope I got a deal.
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