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Ohio Gear Install in Zanesville, Ohio

NLJK17

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Upgrading from 3.73 to 4.56 to help push my 35s. Bought a complete install kit but need to get them installed. First few places I’ve called have wanted $1500-1700, just for labor, which based on some threads I’ve read on here is ridiculous. Does anyone know any places near Columbus, Ohio that will install gears for a reasonable price? Thanks
 

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That's about $800 per axle and considering that most shop rates are $100 to $150 PH that's probably not to bad of a price.
 
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That's about $800 per axle and considering that most shop rates are $100 to $150 PH that's probably not to bad of a price.
I’ve read on other threads people “knowing a guy” that they went to who would charge $300-400 an axle, so I figured I would see if anyone in Ohio “knew a guy”!
 

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I've had gears installed three times and paid $600 per axle, not including the cost of the gears.

So $800 per axle is maybe a little higher than I'm used to, but it's not unreasonable by any means.