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Jason told me that dealerships (although a little expensive) are the best bet for installing gears. Those mechanics have the best knowledge of the Dodge axles.
 

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On 2002-01-06 20:54, Outlaw Ram wrote:
Jason told me that dealerships (although a little expensive) are the best bet for installing gears. Those mechanics have the best knowledge of the Dodge axles.

thats not necessarily true. napleton dodge in the suburb of oaklawn told me they send all their gear work out to the place i took my truck, Vef-Ron gear in bridgeview,il. they also do godmudders gear work.
 

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Where about in NJ are you......I'm gonna have mine done soon, and found a good guy...

Toms machine shop in woodbridge.......
 

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I said that? Wow, I must have been drunk or not thinking. If you can not find a differential or other shop that has plenty of experience in gear swaps, then yes a delaer might be the next best thing. Gears can be difficult to setup and experience is what matters if you want the parts to last.
 

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On 2002-01-06 21:26, BigT wrote:
Where about in NJ are you......I'm gonna have mine done soon, and found a good guy...

Toms machine shop in woodbridge.......
I'm in Manville - (it's the town next to Somerville)- What price did they quote you? and what gears do you have now and what gears are you going to.
 

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On 2002-01-06 23:52, canyonero02 wrote:
shawn, i bought my truck from napleton. small world.

i didnt buy mine from napleton i just live in oaklawn. i had the brite idea if i drive up to viking dodge in crystal lake ill save on cook county tax. i bought it from viking but didnt save on the tax.
 
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