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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-20-2000, 09:01 AM Thread Starter
 
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GRS1 t-case opinions needed

getting ready to order a grs 1, anyone have better service from one of the vender's? What's been the average waiting time? Is it quicker to order the gear set versus the complete T-case? Thanks.

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If you like to do things yourself and are handy with working on your vehicle, you ought to just buy the gear kit and DIY. We have budget 4.16 kits for $399 and complete install kits for $490. Our intructions have also been noted as being the best by far than anyone else in the industry. Very clear pictures on a 6 page installation manual. With our new supplier, we should be down to a 1-2 week wait here within the next couple weeks.

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Re: GRS1 t-case opinions needed

Glen, I have been looking at your 35" tire combo gearing kit. Does the kit come with front rear ring/pinions? Would it speed up the the order to send in the t-case gear core when i order?

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I have been waiting for amost 6 weeks for my GRS1. I have a new lift (that has been sitting in it's box for about 8 weekss) and I want to install everything in one weekend...but all I do is wait....and wait......and wait....and wait

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Re: GRS1 t-case opinions needed

Here's what I ended up doing, After calling most every vendor and getting 1-2 months as a response
I called Trail tough. Brent was truthfull about the turnaround time, (He said 1 week if I sent in the core countergear) and it was only
at his shop 3 days before it was sent back to me. Installed fine and works great. This is my 1 data point,


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So trail toughs the one? Does He do them himself? I heard you got your locker for a 175$ is that true?? How is it possible? I can hardly believe it, but I want to know from the source. Where can I get one for the New England Zuki event for that ? (LOL) Hey give me a line about thursday as soon as you can, I need to cancel work on saturday if we are going to do the SpOA, or if next weekend is better then we can wait till then. Alts are good so far. Max

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Hey,Igot my locker for 180$ (Lockrite)from National Tire in West Virginia.Theyve got free shipping too!Dont let the title fool ya,these guys specialize in offroading.I think the web site is nltire.com,and they have a toll-free# once you get there.Its been about a month since ive been to their page,so if this isnt right let me know,Ill find it.

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I think brent does them in shop, (Yea Max I know your pulling my chain...) I got the lockers for 175.95 from
National tire too. thier shipping time is fast too. Max as to thursday I will let you know tomorrow.
We may as well do the SPOA this weekend unless next is better for you work wise. I'll send you e-mail


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Thanks wildweasal for the info. I'll give Brent a call see if I can set something up with him

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a locker for 175?!?!?no way!! hee-hee. alt is working great for me, as Max can attest by the blinding light on the drive home. And this was low beam. Now if i can just sort out the accelerator cble...thanks for the quick tune max. Next up header and carb!

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