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so im gonna see how much all this adds up to. then im gonna go to a local driveline shop that everyone recommends and see what they'll charge out the door and compare prices.
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Normally you shouldnt need a full install kit but i always get them because i am afraid after i tear into it I will need a bearing or two. you just never know..
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gotcha. i dont have the skills or tools necessary to regear so i will be having a shop do it. better to just buy the whole kit just incase. never know lol.
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yeah that is my theory too. i dont usually do it myself, im not that confident that i set them up properly.
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lol u guys are getting me scared. i only bought the gear package that comes with i supose the mini install. kit...... hope thatl be enought. cause the f..... are taking forever to get here... ordered them late december and still waiting.. supposly this week ill get them.....
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gotcha. i dont have the skills or tools necessary to regear so i will be having a shop do it. better to just buy the whole kit just incase. never know lol.
I replaced everything with brand new parts. If you have them then why not use them? At least that's what I think.
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