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05-23-2011 03:18 PM
AOR
Bump sale price Take $20.00 through the 31st of May!

bump for sale!
05-19-2011 08:17 AM
AOR
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Originally Posted by Mortalis5509 View Post
Allen,

Will you give me pricing for every gear brand that you can get for 4.88's for a TJ Rubi please. I need a master install gear set but i dont care who it is as long as they have koyo or temken bearing.
PM coming shortly!


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Originally Posted by schultz0420 View Post
what about 4.10 gears shipped to 54956??
Same price!

Namaste,

Allen
05-18-2011 07:09 PM
schultz0420
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Originally Posted by AOR View Post
$520.00 shipped! PM me your name, billing and shipping address, phone number, email address (for PDF receipt) to order. I will call you for CC info.

Thank you very much. I am truly grateful for your business.

Namaste,

Allen
what about 4.10 gears shipped to 54956??
05-18-2011 05:06 PM
Mortalis5509 Allen,

Will you give me pricing for every gear brand that you can get for 4.88's for a TJ Rubi please. I need a master install gear set but i dont care who it is as long as they have koyo or temken bearing.
05-18-2011 04:14 PM
AOR
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Originally Posted by schultz0420 View Post
what would the price be for 4.56 gear set for 98 TJ sahara with dana 30 front and dana 35 rear shipped to 54956
$520.00 shipped! PM me your name, billing and shipping address, phone number, email address (for PDF receipt) to order. I will call you for CC info.

Thank you very much. I am truly grateful for your business.

Namaste,

Allen
05-18-2011 04:10 PM
schultz0420 what would the price be for 4.56 gear set for 98 TJ sahara with dana 30 front and dana 35 rear shipped to 54956
05-18-2011 04:04 PM
AOR Pricing around here is $300 per axle. $50 more for selectable locker drilling and tapping. I have heard some say it is up to $450 in their area.

Namaste,

Allen
05-18-2011 04:00 PM
InvertChaos
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Originally Posted by schultz0420

kk because i get to about 60 and she boggs down and has no more power... if i do the rear should i also do the front in the same gears??
Definitely. Otherwise if you try to use 4wd your transfer case will grenade due to the binding that would happen because the tires would be trying to turn different speeds.
05-18-2011 03:59 PM
schultz0420
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Originally Posted by InvertChaos View Post
You should get the 4.56 then to go with your 33" tires. I just did the same swap and it was night and day. I can actually use 5th on the highway now!

kk because i get to about 60 and she boggs down and has no more power... if i do the rear should i also do the front in the same gears??
05-18-2011 03:56 PM
InvertChaos
Quote:
Originally Posted by schultz0420
its the 6cylinder with 5speed manual and i live in Wisconsin... the jeep is set up right now the way i want it...
You should get the 4.56 then to go with your 33" tires. I just did the same swap and it was night and day. I can actually use 5th on the highway now!
05-18-2011 03:55 PM
InvertChaos
Quote:
Originally Posted by schultz0420
what gear set would you suggest for my 98 TJ with 4inch lift with 33x12.5... it gets really doggy on the high way and its a daily driver with the weekend trails...
What transmission do you have? If I recall correctly the 3 speed auto is happy with 4.11s and 5 speed manual with 4.56s.

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Originally Posted by PatriotTJ

Hate to bombard you with questions, but whats the typical charge to do this at an offroad shop?
It varies but my local shop charged a flat rate of $250/axle.
05-18-2011 03:53 PM
schultz0420 its the 6cylinder with 5speed manual and i live in Wisconsin... the jeep is set up right now the way i want it...
05-18-2011 03:50 PM
PatriotTJ
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Originally Posted by AOR View Post
If you have never done it before, I would suggest finding someone that has a lot of experience in it that is willing to show you. You need a dial indicator to measure the backlash, the ability to secure the pinion nut (tools), get the old bearing off without destroying the existing carrier (press is nice).

The package comes with detail instructions and specs. If you are not confident in setting them up yourself. Pay someone to do it.

Namaste,

Allen
Hate to bombard you with questions, but whats the typical charge to do this at an offroad shop?
05-18-2011 03:45 PM
AOR
Quote:
Originally Posted by schultz0420 View Post
what gear set would you suggest for my 98 TJ with 4inch lift with 33x12.5... it gets really doggy on the high way and its a daily driver with the weekend trails...
Depends on your trans and the terrain you are living in. 4.56 would be a good gear or 4.88s if you ever plan to go to 35s.

Namaste,

Allen
05-18-2011 03:41 PM
AOR
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Originally Posted by PatriotTJ View Post
So we are looking at around $625.00. How difficult is installation on these. I've never dabbled in gearing, but am mechanically inclined. I appreciate all the help Allen!
If you have never done it before, I would suggest finding someone that has a lot of experience in it that is willing to show you. You need a dial indicator to measure the backlash, the ability to secure the pinion nut (tools), get the old bearing off without destroying the existing carrier (press is nice).

The package comes with detail instructions and specs. If you are not confident in setting them up yourself. Pay someone to do it.

Namaste,

Allen
05-18-2011 03:40 PM
schultz0420 what gear set would you suggest for my 98 TJ with 4inch lift with 33x12.5... it gets really doggy on the high way and its a daily driver with the weekend trails...
05-18-2011 03:36 PM
PatriotTJ
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Originally Posted by AOR View Post
$520.00 for the gear package shipped and add another $105 for a loaded open carrier (new). you could do a locker at this time as well. Your choice! Thanks for the advice to LucidTJ.


So we are looking at around $625.00. How difficult is installation on these. I've never dabbled in gearing, but am mechanically inclined. I appreciate all the help Allen!
05-18-2011 03:26 PM
AOR
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Originally Posted by PatriotTJ View Post
Hey Allen,

I have 33's and 3.07. My question to you is what all will I need to go to 4.56 and how much? Thanks in advance.
$520.00 for the gear package shipped and add another $105 for a loaded open carrier (new). you could do a locker at this time as well. Your choice! Thanks for the advice to LucidTJ.


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Originally Posted by LucidTJ View Post
^ same question... and i just put 33's on my '02 TJ but im unsure the current gears in it...how can tell what i have? i'd like to go 4.56 gears shipped to 34116
X2 above if you have 3.73 and numerically lower gears now!

Thank you very much. I am grateful for both of your business.

Namaste,

Allen
05-18-2011 02:18 PM
LucidTJ ^ thanks! ill take a look
05-18-2011 01:33 PM
PatriotTJ
Quote:
Originally Posted by LucidTJ View Post
^ same question... and i just put 33's on my '02 TJ but im unsure the current gears in it...how can tell what i have? i'd like to go 4.56 gears shipped to 34116
Look on your rear axle housing. Looking at it from the rear of the vehicle there will be a metal tag on the left side of it with your gearing stamped in it.
05-18-2011 12:22 PM
LucidTJ ^ same question... and i just put 33's on my '02 TJ but im unsure the current gears in it...how can tell what i have? i'd like to go 4.56 gears shipped to 34116
05-18-2011 11:01 AM
PatriotTJ Hey Allen,

I have 33's and 3.07. My question to you is what all will I need to go to 4.56 and how much? Thanks in advance.
05-18-2011 08:09 AM
AOR Good morning all. I thought I would sweeten the deal a little. For a temporary time (today through May 31st, 2011), take an additional $10.00 of the package deals (f/r R&P, f/r master install kits). CA residents must add 8.25% sales tax.

Thank you very much! I am grateful for your business.

Namaste,

Allen
04-25-2011 05:58 PM
AOR
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Originally Posted by MTH View Post
Great, thanks. It's a bummer on the June date. I suspect the 4WheelParts folks weren't checking inventory while providing quotes, so that probably delays everything.

Anybody other than Superior produce 4.56s you would recommend? I'm also open to 4.10s, which might be better for a daily driver on 33s. They just seem rare/expensive.
They are available from Dana/OEM, but yes big bucks. Time for a body lift and 35s/4.88s.

Namaste,

Allen
04-25-2011 05:52 PM
MTH Great, thanks. It's a bummer on the June date. I suspect the 4WheelParts folks weren't checking inventory while providing quotes, so that probably delays everything.

Anybody other than Superior produce 4.56s you would recommend? I'm also open to 4.10s, which might be better for a daily driver on 33s. They just seem rare/expensive.
04-25-2011 05:42 PM
AOR Total would be $772.74. checking 4wheelparts.com and 4wd.com inventory online (I have a Transamerican account): SAGD44456JK rear 4.56 is in the negative and SAGD30456RJK front 4.56 they list one supposedly in Florida. I can not vouch for the local store shelves inventory.

Yes June-ish. No clear date was specified by Superior themselves to me or my other sources.

Namaste,

Allen
04-25-2011 05:23 PM
MTH Thanks Allen. I have a manual transmission with 3.21 gears currently. 4.88s on 33s would be too much for a daily driver.

The offer I have from the local 4WheelParts is 4.56 Superior Gears ($510), plus G2 Install Kits ($320), plus a new front carrier for my D30 ($76). I'm getting a Detroit TrueTrac in the rear D44, so I don't need a new carrier back there. So, the total offer for the gears, install kit, and the front carrier comes out to $906.

Are you saying you could deliver the same set up to my door for $772.74 plus a little extra shipping weight, but just not until June?

Also, do you know whether the "out of stock" issue affects all vendors--i.e., it's likely that 4WheelParts could likewise not actually provide these gears until June?

Thanks,
Mike
04-25-2011 05:06 PM
AOR Mike,

if you are running an auto trans I would go to the 4.88 with 33s, 5.13s with 35s. 4.56s are available from Superior but not from Sierra Gear. They were never made. Most peeps just go to 4.88s.

The Superiors are currently out of stock (they are on the water in route) and won't be available until June sometime. I can do a Superior gear package for you at $716.60 shipped. Also consider if you have 3.54 and numerically lower gears now, you will need a new case for the front as well. An empty case is $56.14 with extra shipping weight.

Let me know where you want to go with this.

Namaste,

Allen
04-25-2011 03:46 PM
MTH Allen,

Do you offer 4.56 gears for a 2010 JK Sport? How about 4.10s? 4.56s aren't listed in your original post (it goes from 4.10 to 4.88), and I'm not sure if the 4.10s are for 2007 only.

I received a quote today to install 4.56s. It would be Superior Gears ($510) and G2 Install Kits ($320) for a total of $830 plus labor. Obviously paying $575 would be quite a bit better.

How do you feel Sierra Gears stacks up against Superior?

Thanks,
Mike
04-22-2011 07:13 PM
AOR If you are planning on bigger tires, you need to re-gear. Depending on new size obviously. But this is the re-gear package for you. Excellent product, next business day shipping (except Dana 30 front 5.38s), and you get a 2yr manufacture warranty. Plus the fun and power back.

Have a joyous and prosperous day!

Namaste,

Allen
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