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    Who does gears?

    I know somebody on here is good at setting gears or knows of a friend, family member, or shop that does a good job without breaking the bank. Please post up!
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    www.scottscustomoffroad.com

    I know hes on this forum, but cant remember his forum name right now though. he gave me a quote on doing my gears, seemed reasonably priced. I didnt have him do the work though cuz im a cheap ass. Seen others recommend him though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skotti View Post
    www.scottscustomoffroad.com

    I know hes on this forum, but cant remember his forum name right now though. he gave me a quote on doing my gears, seemed reasonably priced. I didnt have him do the work though cuz im a cheap ass. Seen others recommend him though.
    Cool. Thanks for the info. I will check this out when I get home. I usually do my own work too (cheap ass also) but do not know how to do gears and and man enough to admit it. My buddy is supposed to do the front axle for me but he tends to get distracted so I want a back up plan.
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    I didn't see a phone number on their site but emailed them and am waiting to hear back.
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    Thats how i contacted him as well.
    Cheers Skotti
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    $250. Seems pretty standard. A to Z wants the same. A shop in town here said $200. I hope my buddy gets them done here soon or I may have to pay this amount. I miss having 4 wheel drive. Been quite a few weeks now.
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    Hey guys, I just saw this post on here. Thanks for promoting me for gear installs. Can do lots of other custom off road stuff too from tube bending and welding to mill and lathe work.

    Thanks,
    Scott
    Hey, what engine's in that thing and how much lift does it have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yotabuggy View Post
    Hey guys, I just saw this post on here. Thanks for promoting me for gear installs. Can do lots of other custom off road stuff too from tube bending and welding to mill and lathe work.

    Thanks,
    Scott
    Gonna send you a PM about this here.
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