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Unread 03-29-2012, 05:47 AM   #16
mudboy
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I sent Tim at liquid iron an email and he told me that they do gear swaps and the price was 300 in labor per rear. That's the cheapest price I got. I don't know if he warranties the work or the quality of the work. He also uses the USA gears and I have never heard of them. I have to talk to him about that.
From what I have heard Liquid Iron is a pristine fab shop. However From alot of the old timers I know they will not use USA gears. One guy I know will turn away work if someone brings USA gears. It's not that you can't set a pattern with them it's that it takes longer, then when you add money onto a job due to longer time people cry. I prefer to use whatever the shop reccomends and usually allow them to order the gears. Bringing a shop parts to install is like bringing bacon to a diner for them to cook.

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Unread 03-30-2012, 04:09 AM   #17
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M & M is the place, good parts & good work, a lifetime warrantie. A bit pricey but I guess you get what you pay for. Now I have to get this done soon cause my front axle tube just started leaking. Thanks for all the suggestions.
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