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As of April 1 my labor rates will be going up. So if you have gotten a quote from me recently get scheduled by Mar 15 to retain qoute. I will start quoting new rates on Mar 15. Shop hourly rate will be $85 Fabrication will have a $10 an hour surcharge due to the cost of consumables. Here is some gen...
- Tue Feb 23, 2010 5:15 pm
- Forum: Appalachian Off-Road
- Topic: Regear dana 30 and dana 35 to 4.56
- Replies: 4
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Assuming I bring my own ring/pinion and master install kits? How much would the labor be to do the front and rear? Do you get deals on gears? Labor front $350 Labor rear $300 No warranty on parts not purchased through us. I am currently restructuring my labor rates so this price will go up soon.
I never said I haven't done 2 axles in 4 hours. :wink: Oops sorry about that Mike...I thought you better than that.... haha just kidding...I thought you said 4 hrs for two...I must have misunderstood..I feel much better now about the 4 hrs it took me the last time. I remember thinking..."how the hel...
I figured I better post on this after the phone call I had. An average axle takes me about 4-5 hours. Have I done axles in less time, yes, have I had axles take me more time, yes. I take my time and make sure everything is done right. I like to have the vehicle for 2 days to do a front and rear gear...
I am very busy at the shop and will need to cut back on answering the phones to get caught up. If you need to get a hold of me either PM me, email or call the shop and leave a message. I will be replying to messages between 5 and 6pm.
So you already have a limited slip in the rear and an electric factory locker front?Jacks or Better wrote:I saw your JK quote below but wanted to be clear...
It's a non-Rubi D44 rear with LSD and a Rubi front D44 with electric locker parts and installation.