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Old 11-28-2010, 04:18 PM   #1
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Regearing checklist

I've decided to regear over the holidays. I'm completely new to it and just Want to make sure I get everything right. I searched but I couldn't find a checklist or anything on here. If I'm reading it right...other than an installer... Is this all that I will need?
http://eastcoastgearsupply.com/i-133...nion-4-88.html 2007 Tacoma v6 6spd 4wd
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Gears, install kit, and locker if you plan on knocking that out at the same time...really there is nothing else needed and if a small part is the shop installing it should have it available for you! I will be having gears and an ARB air locker installed sometime soon.
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Gears, install kit, and locker if you plan on knocking that out at the same time...really there is nothing else needed and if a small part is the shop installing it should have it available for you! I will be having gears and an ARB air locker installed sometime soon.
I've thought about locking it but can't decide. I wonder how much extra that would be to have installed?
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I don't see that on east coast supply's site. Know where to get one?
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Old 11-28-2010, 04:56 PM   #5
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ECGS will sell you the flange if necessary. If your spending the money to install the gears I personally think a locker, if you plan to in the future, should be installed at the same time to cut down on unnecessary spending.
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Old 12-01-2010, 10:55 AM   #6
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Ok, so I need to order a quantity of 2 from the link posted above, and a different pinion flange...and thats all?


Also, what do you mean when you say "whole third." I know NOTHING about gearing.
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No you need to order the link which is for the front. You gotta buy the rear one as well.

Not that easy. The easiest thing would be to buy this:
http://eastcoastgearsupply.com/i-157...clamshell.html
and
http://eastcoastgearsupply.com/i-788...undra-3rd.html
or
http://eastcoastgearsupply.com/i-131...ocker-3rd.html
depending on which rear end you have.

The options above are the assembled 3rds.
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depending on which rear end you have.
I've gotta v6 so I guess it is the 3.73 rear end... Non Trd so no locker
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If your having gears installed then a locker shouldnt add to the labor cost, you should do at this time to save you a big chunk of labor down the road..the carrier needs to be removed during a gear change anyway, and the locker will replace the stock carrier.

FYI the carrier is the main part in the differential that the ring ger is bolted to..
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Ok here's my next question. I'm reading about people on this site regearing the front and rear and paying just over a grand for parts and labor. If I am reading right... Parts from ECGS alone will cost me over a grand without a locker. Something isn't adding up. That price is coming from the links 08pretaco shared with me
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Regearing is an expensive thing. I just called an offroad shop near me, for gears, install kit and gear install with ARB install (not purchase)....1100 bucks just for the rear
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installing gears is quite pricey, i bought 5.29s for front and back with installation kits and a new flange and it ran around a grand, and it was more for installation
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