Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Horton, Michigan
I am used to having tools at the ready. I didnt even think about others that may not have them on stand by so if you want you can disregard my previous statement. But yes 250 is a little much. I paid 125 for my d35, granted it is a d35 but still. lol. Basically do what you feel comfortable with. If you woul drather spend just a bit more to do something you are more comfortbale with (axle swap) then do that rather than the pinion bearing
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0L : 172,xxx miles, IRO 3.5" F>R lift, IRO Adjustable Control Arms, IRO Adjustable Track Bars, 31" Goodyear Wrangler Authority on Cragar V5's, Pavement Pounder until I get out of college :( ...Built Not Bought #650
Spend the Time and the Money the 1st Time, You'll End Up Doing it Anyway.