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4 Wheel Parts is running a gear change special this weekend for $ 1,099.00 installed. They have a shop just north of Atlanta at 911 Cobb Pkwy N, Marrietta.
 

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I called Fortec 4x4 in Roswell, GA - they wanted $2500 for the Yukon gears to go from 3.73 to 5.13 (Dana 30 front / Dana 44) and that price includes parts. They also want $920 to install MetalCloak Game Changer 3.5" lift. Let me just tell you no matter how much somebody claims to be specialists in Jeeps those are just insane prices in the northern Atlanta/Alpharetta/Roswell area where you have a lot of rich folks. Same with Southern offroad specialists, their prices are insane and they are in the same geography as Fortec. No thank you.

Some more reasonable shops that special in just jeeps, Allsouth AutoSports (http://www.allsouthautosports.com) and Broke Again Offroad ( Broke Again Offroad | Specializing in Gear sales and installation ). Broke again offers the entire gear parts, labor and fluids for just $1500.

Heck I think $1099 even from 4 wheel parts seems reasonable. Does that price include the gears as well?
 

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I had called fortec and gotten those outrageous price as well, 4wheelparts seems to be the best price wise so far and do a lot of them and experienced
 

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I had called fortec and gotten those outrageous price as well, 4wheelparts seems to be the best price wise so far and do a lot of them and experienced
Just an update, I posted this in another thread but I will repeat.

I called Mike @ JeepHut and they offered the gears + installation for $1199 total. Also, on the MetalCloak Game Changer 3.5" lift kit they offered installation for $600.

Going to post pics and reviews once I get the work done.
 

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4 Wheel Parts in Marietta quoted me $1,800 per axle for 4:88. Sounds high having tell me I need to drop $3,600 for re-gear. What say y'all?
 

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Just an update, I posted this in another thread but I will repeat.

I called Mike @ JeepHut and they offered the gears + installation for $1199 total. Also, on the MetalCloak Game Changer 3.5" lift kit they offered installation for $600.

Going to post pics and reviews once I get the work done.
How did the install go with Jeep Hut?
 

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Just an update, I posted this in another thread but I will repeat.

I called Mike @ JeepHut and they offered the gears + installation for $1199 total. Also, on the MetalCloak Game Changer 3.5" lift kit they offered installation for $600.

Going to post pics and reviews once I get the work done.
JeepHut has done all of the work on my Jeep and my Ram that I can't do on my own.
Never had an issue.
 
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