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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-21-2001, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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Just wanted to let you all know, Calmini got new directions to go with their rockcrawler gear kit. I have never broke into any kind of gearbox before and I did my own swap in about 4 hrs by myself just following the directons. Thats 4hrs to remove the Tcase swap the gears and get it back in. Pretty good I thought. Anyway I thought I had heard of people on the board saying that their directions were bad, so I asked Calmini about them, they said that these were new directions, and they were better. In my opinion they were right! lol F_T

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Say it ain't so! Glad to hear your install went OK.

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How much is their 4:16 gear set including the deposit on the exchange with your gears ?
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 09-22-2001, 11:08 AM
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I know the full gear set is $450, and includes the additional foo-foo. Not sure of the core charge.

What I did was to send my core counter gear in with my order, so no core was charged.

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I'll bet I spent 4 hours just cleaning grease and crud off the outside of the case!

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core charge is 100 bucks...



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