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Old 06-15-2012, 11:06 PM
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Ring and pinion change $$$

anyone out there have any idea about the costs of
a R & P change shop costs ? that's if i have all the parts there for them to put it together.. l/s diff, master assembly kit, r & p, c clip eliminator kit, and a deep sump rear cover .... any help would be helpful ..
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mahalo, Ray

ps. am planing to use a ford motorsports l/s diff & 4.56 r & p..
any sugestions ill be helpful =)
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It's probably safe to say you will be really close to $400 or $500 in parts. I would bet by the time all is said and done you will be around $800 to $1000 total... I know OUCH! Have you ever concidered learning how to set up your own gears? I have have done several of them over the years, even did it for a living for a short while.
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I charge $300 if you supply the parts.
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I charge $300 if you supply the parts.
Sorry for the hijack but how much do you charge to install LS if I have purchased the unit?
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