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Old 04-05-2011, 12:19 PM
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Originally Posted by gabrieldy View Post
I didn't do this install myself but labor is about half a day. I ordered the parts then found an installer and the total was around $1100-1200 IIRC. The most expensive part was the true trac...$500 or so. You could save a few dollars if you have a different diff in mind. I'm going off memory but my cost estimates should be pretty close.

there is a lot to the install and you want the backlask perfect so the gears don't "whine" when you drive. you can prob Google the install procedures but if you haven't done it before I'd suggest getting someone who has to at least "help" you.
Is your truck 4x4? If so, that is a great price to get gears for both axles, a tru-trac and installation for $1200. What kind of gears did you use?
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