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I dropped my axles off to get the gears setup. The grand total...$660. My ass still hurts;) It was $195 for each gear setup, $150 for one R&P, $120 for bearing kits. And some other minros costs like cutting off old brackets and stuff. Did I take it pretty hard? Or did I get a good deal?

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Jammy , is this for both front and rear setups ? If so thats not to bad at all . IMHO

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Yeah. Both front and rear. Installing two detroit lockers(previously purchased) and 4.56(one set already purchased).

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Jammy, you need to start delivering pizzas (and beer) to my garage. You might save some cash. (not sure because of the beer part/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif)
Really thats not too bad for paying a shop to do it.


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