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Old 12-23-2013, 07:36 PM   #1
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Glendale/Burbank Area Gear shops!

Hey guys! Im looking to get my gears changed from 3.73 to 4.88, and Im wondering if there are any GOOD shops near my area.

I was thinking of heading out to JP1, but its an 1 1/2 hour drive, if anyone knows any good offroad shops near me that would be great!

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Old 12-23-2013, 09:03 PM   #2
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There's one in Burbank, Offroad Unlimited, check them out. I know they sell tons of offroad equipment and i think they are a shop as well

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Old 12-23-2013, 09:10 PM   #3
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There's one in Burbank, Offroad Unlimited, check them out. I know they sell tons of offroad equipment and i think they are a shop as well
I was looking at them, I read some reviews on their place and it kind of scared me away .

I called 4WP thats like 10 minutes from me and they quoted me $700 for one axle, I called another 4WP in LA area and they quoted me $850, he told me labor was $400, which seems a bit steep.
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Old 12-24-2013, 06:15 AM   #4
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are you mechanically inclined?? If so there is a DIY garage in Baldwin Park i know its a bit of a drive but for 25$ and hour you have full use of their equipment
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Hey guys! Im looking to get my gears changed from 3.73 to 4.88, and Im wondering if there are any GOOD shops near my area.

I was thinking of heading out to JP1, but its an 1 1/2 hour drive, if anyone knows any good offroad shops near me that would be great!
Check out four wheels unlimited in north hills they do good work. Owners name is Ed. He's a very nice guy and prices are quite reasonable.
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are you mechanically inclined?? If so there is a DIY garage in Baldwin Park i know its a bit of a drive but for 25$ and hour you have full use of their equipment
Im mechanically inclinded but I haven't learned how to put together a differential using the right tools. I would love to learn, but I don't want to learn on my DD

I called Offroad Unlimited in burbank. They quoted me $1200 FOR ONE AXLE. Its safe the reviews on that place is pretty accurate.
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There is a place on Sierra HWY right near where the 5 and 14 overpasses are in what I think is considered Sylmar or Santa Clarita. I, for the life of me, can't remember the name. But he is good and affordable. Specializes in Jeeps. If I think of the name I'll let you know. You might be able to google map it and find it that way.
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There is a place on Sierra HWY right near where the 5 and 14 overpasses are in what I think is considered Sylmar or Santa Clarita. I, for the life of me, can't remember the name. But he is good and affordable. Specializes in Jeeps. If I think of the name I'll let you know. You might be able to google map it and find it that way.
Let me know if you can remember the name, im trying to shop around and so far, out of all the places near me that ive called, 4 wheel parts looks the best.
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Higher Ground Fab and Offroad here is the link to their FB page. They are in Sylmar near the Newhall pass. Great guys.

https://www.facebook.com/HigherGroundFab
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Higher Ground Fab and Offroad here is the link to their FB page. They are in Sylmar near the Newhall pass. Great guys.

https://www.facebook.com/HigherGroundFab
Thanks! Ill give them a call tomorrow morning and see what their price is!
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Old 12-25-2013, 10:37 PM   #11
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RWK Haus supply... $900 both axles.
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Robert at RWK Haus is a good guy, great work and great prices. He did my ARB's and gears.
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Old 12-28-2013, 03:19 PM   #13
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Quotes I got so far

4WheelParts- ~$700
OffroadUnlimited- $1200 (Burbank one closed down)
HighGroundFab- ~$800
RWKHausSupply- $620
4WheelSpecialitesUnlimited- $650

So I think its a choice between, RWK Haus and 4WSU. Both have reasonable prices and are not too far away. Except I can't find where RWK is located.


EDIT: Also these prices are for one axle gear change.
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^^^ I believe Rwk Haus is based out of the Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda area & works out of his house if I'm not mistaken
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Quotes I got so far

4WheelParts- ~$700
OffroadUnlimited- $1200 (Burbank one closed down)
HighGroundFab- ~$800
RWKHausSupply- $620
4WheelSpecialitesUnlimited- $650

So I think its a choice between, RWK Haus and 4WSU. Both have reasonable prices and are not too far away. Except I can't find where RWK is located.


EDIT: Also these prices are for one axle gear change.
Do these prices include the gears or prices if gears are supplied? Sorry, just curious. I am pricing shops up in NorCal as well... Thanks!
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Do these prices include the gears or prices if gears are supplied? Sorry, just curious. I am pricing shops up in NorCal as well... Thanks!
These are prices for Gears + Master Install Kit + Labor

Also keep in mind, these are prices for ONE AXLE ONLY
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Just picked up the Jeep from a offroad shop in Burbank called World Famous 4x4. My neighbor works there and gave me their card, I was quoted $700 and decided to take it to them since its really close to me. Great bunch of guys with a pretty big shop with all kinds of 4x4 trucks being modified.

Thanks everyone for suggesting shops nearby!
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I'm a little late here, but 4x Doctor is in Burbank. great shop. I got a quote of $1420 ($710 each) for both axles. includes spicer R&P, master install and all new seals & bearings.
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I'm a little late here, but 4x Doctor is in Burbank. great shop. I got a quote of $1420 ($710 each) for both axles. includes spicer R&P, master install and all new seals & bearings.
Thats not bad... ill check em out next time I do a regear!

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