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Old 07-05-2011, 12:04 AM   #31
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Thanks for the input will be calling a well known 4x4 shop tomorrow that specailizes in drivelines to get labor charge and their gear prices
If you have a lot of tools and mechanically include I have a link to how to set up gears. I'm sure if you studied it, you could do the gears yourself. I may try it myself

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If you have a lot of tools and mechanically include I have a link to how to set up gears. I'm sure if you studied it, you could do the gears yourself. I may try it myself
Not recommended, even some of the best
techs on here have their gears done by a professional. Labor intensive and that is why having them done ain't cheap

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Not recommended, even some of the best
techs on here have their gears done by a professional. Labor intensive and that is why having them done ain't cheap
a buddy of mine put gears, a locker, and upgraded axles in the rear diff of his chevy silverado by himself in like 2 hours lol he's 20 years old and never been to mechanical school or anything lol thinkin about gettin him to do my regear once i do it lol
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:23 AM   #34
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Not recommended, even some of the best
techs on here have their gears done by a professional. Labor intensive and that is why having them done ain't cheap
I know it's very precise but with a little guidance and patients I think I could do it with the proper tools. I wouldn't install the axle if the preload and backlash wasn't perfect
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There is some pretty complete write ups on the Internet. I was just talking to a friend of my cousin. He is a mechanic but he said, it's not as bad as people put it out to be. Just takes, knowing what to do and patience
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There is some pretty complete write ups on the Internet. I was just talking to a friend of my cousin. He is a mechanic but he said, it's not as bad as people put it out to be. Just takes, knowing what to do and patience
Yea, and I wouldn't mind spending a whole week to get the gears just right(patients). The 2 write ups i found both said it's not as bad as you think with the proper tools
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Yea, and I wouldn't mind spending a whole week to get the gears just right(patients). The 2 write ups i found both said it's not as bad as you think with the proper tools
Please post any results. Inspiration for all if you pull it off
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Could I see the possible cross pin broken if I remove the diff cover and much involved in replacing that if its my culprit
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I had a buddy who neutral dropped at 2500-3000 RPM in a 85 Caprice Classic back in the 90s. It went "thunk" and we rolled backwards. Tiny pieces of gear all over. It must have been that weak 8.5" Chevy rear....

I am going to regear my Jeep very soon. I have confidence that given good instructions and purchasing the required tools I will be successful. Hearing what some have to say this seems like the ultimate DIY challenge!
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I had a buddy who neutral dropped at 2500-3000 RPM in a 85 Caprice Classic back in the 90s. It went "thunk" and we rolled backwards. Tiny pieces of gear all over. It must have been that weak 8.5" Chevy rear and not the neutral drop.

I am going to regear my Jeep very soon. I have confidence that given good instructions and purchasing the required tools I will be successful. Hearing what some have to say this seems like the ultimate DIY challenge!
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Could I see the possible cross pin broken if I remove the diff cover and much involved in replacing that if its my culprit
Honestly I wouldn't know, I had a shop fix mine, they were able to put in a new hardened forged cross pin, the first shop that did my gear swap just ground down my factory pin to make it fit and that's why it broke. Luckily I didn't mess anything else up, I was still able to drive with it clicking so it was about a week before I took it to get looked at.
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Yeah mine only is clicking now when coasting rolling in nuetral and de accelerating it just has a slight rattle with driving normal and accelerating.... Nothing like the constant knock or pop when I blew out my chevy rear end it was awful loud
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Yeah mine only is clicking now when coasting rolling in nuetral and de accelerating it just has a slight rattle with driving normal and accelerating.... Nothing like the constant knock or pop when I blew out my chevy rear end it was awful loud
That sounds almost like what mine did, I only heard it clicking when coasting or stopping, when I hit the gas I couldn't hear it. Might want to get it to a shop really soon and have it checked out, you still might be able to salvage it instead of having to buy all new parts.
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:20 PM   #44
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well everyone here is what we have...
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2 teeth sitting at very bottom when removing cover
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well everyone here is what we have...
That sux!!!!!!!
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this is actually the quitest broken rearend ive ever had the others were a very distinct loud constant knock while moving this is a very small tick when coasting only... OH WELL mystery solved new gears it is got a set picked out with master rebuild kit for front and rear $550 and a lock right locker for $250... opinions anyone.
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this is actually the quitest broken rearend ive ever had the others were a very distinct loud constant knock while moving this is a very small tick when coasting only... OH WELL mystery solved new gears it is got a set picked out with master rebuild kit for front and rear $550 and a lock right locker for $250... opinions anyone.
Not sure on your choice. I kinda wish something would give on mine so I can justify the cost of a regear
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since it just daily driver i was choosing the lock right not a hardcore off road vehicle really looking foward to difference in driveablilty of going from 3.73 to the 4.56's should I stay away from any brand of gears
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My step dad and I did my gears with trutracs front and rear within a weekend. I got my gears from randy's ring and pinion. I got them for about 250 a pop and 600 for each trutrac. I'd give them a try.

I had to do the rear after some odd ticking sound was coming from.
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Yeah mines not as bad as yours I have two teeth in bottom of diff one was 180 on other side....
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ok lock right locker is being thrown out i was laughed at by 4x4 shop this morning lol sooo... new front and rear carriers fully assembled spider gears full bearings 4.56 gears and on my way...right? missing anything
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Spartan Locker

Im considering using a spartan posi locker in my near future gear swap does anyone that has one installed dissagree on installing on a daily driver... Whats opinion on this locker and street driving... Its either spartan locker or leaving spider gears in new carrier for my 4.56 gears...input needed please

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