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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-30-2001, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
 
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Want GRS - whom to buy from?

Ok folks, hear is the thing...
I want / need a GRS I, and want to know who sell it CHEAP !!
Please give me some feed back on this matter...
do I really have to pay $535 for this thingy??
Thanks for all help.

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Re: Want GRS - whom to buy from?

The cheapest way to get it is to build your own. Obtain a 84-up SJ410 transfer case. Split apart the case and send the counter shaft along with a Samurai one to a vendor (RRO, Petroworks, Trail Tough, NCO) and have them weld it together for $100. Then simply use the SJ410 input gear and I believe the low range output gear. I have built one this way. I saved a couple of hundred bucks but the $450 price that the 4.16 kits are now going for is a really great deal.

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Our basic 4.16 gearing kit sells for $399.
http://www.rocky-road.com/zukdrive.html

Best instructions in the industry too. Email me direct if you have any specific questions.


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Re: Want GRS - whom to buy from?

I will sell you a GRS 1 with new gears for 600.00 plus shipping. That's not the gearset that's the whole case.

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Re: Want GRS - whom to buy from?

i got my 4.16 gearset from Calmini for $450... its a pretty good price for all the stuff you get

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Re: Want GRS - whom to buy from?

The $450 for the Calmini kit is real good price. It's not just the gears, but the bearings, counter shaft, washers and gaskets. Even comes with the gear lube.

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