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Unread 06-01-2013, 04:10 AM   #31
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I used this thread, my Yukon guide, the ARB manual, and one other site to successfully regear my rig to 4.88's. Jim is right, this is a big undertaking and you really need the right tools and know what you are doing! I made use of my own custom made case spreader as well, a clamshell gear puller (so very handy), and a 20 ton press. I say I bought more than $1000 of special tools to do the job!!!

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