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Old 03-08-2013, 07:19 AM   #281
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I'm not too sure exactly but I know it's a option that comes with the offroad package. I called this place and they said they could do the 4.88 gears + install for 1100 out the door is that a good price for just rear gear change. They said it would be more difficult because my truck has rear lockers
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I'm not too sure exactly but I know it's a option that comes with the offroad package. I called this place and they said they could do the 4.88 gears + install for 1100 out the door is that a good price for just rear gear change. They said it would be more difficult because my truck has rear lockers
Oh so you have the factory E-locker. If you call up East Coast Gear Supply they can do it for like $700-$800, if you buy the assembled diff. All you have to do is put it in which is pretty easy really if you have some basic tools.
http://eastcoastgearsupply.com/i-131...ocker-3rd.html
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Seem kinda high. I had a shop In Cali do both front and back gears w lockers for 1075.
Was that just for the install? or parts and everything? My front locker alone was $900. haha
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Old 03-08-2013, 11:26 AM   #284
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Sounds like just for the parts I would think lol. Shit cost me close to 2k to get my rear e-locker and front regeared with an ARB and I put them in myself. If he paid to have them installed I'd think the 1075 or whatever was just the labor. That's alotta beer!
Yeah. Cost me $2250 for the set up diffs and front ARB and then I swapped the diffs myself.
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I am sorry I miss read it wrong.

here is what mine cost
Hey Ryan, here is the breakdown on your truck.

Parts:

(1) ARB front locker $949
(1) ARB rear locker $949
(1) Nitro 4.56 front ring and pinion $299
(1) Nitro 4.56 rear ring and pinion $225
(1) Nitro master setup kit front $349
(1) Nitro master setup kit rear $231
(1) Nitro rear solid pinion spacer $55
(1) 80w90 GL5 Gear oil $40

Total parts: $3097 + tax.

Labor:

Remove and reinstall (R&R) front diff $250
Setup front diff with ARB, 4.56, all new bearings $375
R&R rear diff $175
Setup rear diff with ARB, 4.56, all new bearings $275

Total Labor $1075
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Yes with the stock e locker . The 1100 dollar price was with the part and install. But just for the rear I just thought it sounded alittle high just from the threads I read... I don't know much about the gears all I know is my shit is slow with a 6 inch and 35 inch tires. So your saying I could find someone to do it for 700 with parts if I look around?
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What do I need ?

Can someone tell me or post a link of exactly I need so I could Order these parts online or what they used to put 4.88 bearings . My bearing are fine I just replace them. And your saying I'm going to need something else since I have the lockers correct?
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picking up complete rear end today with 4.88's and arb locker in it from a guy on tw. I run 34'' toyo at's with stock 3.73 gears now and I just stay in 4 when driving bc if I dont it downshits too much. Hoping this with get me so get up and go back. and the locker is a great bonus but im 2wd .

Thanks guys, after reading this I feel confident 4.88 is fine for me!!
Oh yeah! You're rpms at high speeds might be a tad high for your liking (depends on the person) but I don't mind it with my 4.88's on 33's.
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Oh yeah! You're rpms at high speeds might be a tad high for your liking (depends on the person) but I don't mind it with my 4.88's on 33's.
Thank! I have a 5 speed automatic but stay in 4th bc it downshifts if I let off the gas on the highway. Hoping the 4.88's will let me stay in drive and still get about 2500 rmp somewhere between 65-75? Can't wait!! I should get better acceleration too I hope from what I read. Got a killer deal too!
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Thank! I have a 5 speed automatic but stay in 4th bc it downshifts if I let off the gas on the highway. Hoping the 4.88's will let me stay in drive and still get about 2500 rmp somewhere between 65-75? Can't wait!! I should get better acceleration too I hope from what I read. Got a killer deal too!
yeah that should work out just like you are expecting. I run about 2700rpm at 75mph so you might be just a tad below that.
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That was fast! Haha
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gonna bump this one. wanna know how everyone is liking the gears they picked. i'm looking for the same thing right now! cant decide on 4.56 or 4.88
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gonna bump this one. wanna know how everyone is liking the gears they picked. i'm looking for the same thing right now! cant decide on 4.56 or 4.88
Still loving my 4.88's on 33's with the auto tranny. I've had them for about a year and a half now.
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Still loving my 4.88's on 33's with the auto tranny. I've had them for about a year and a half now.
man with 4.88 and 33' you must have a ton of launching power geezes.
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