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Looking to upgrade axles over the summer and have 3.73's or 4.11's?

Here's a thought - if anyone is looking to upgrade gears in their stock axles in SoCal area (OC preferably), would you be interested in axle + cash trade? I'd grab your 3.73 or 4.11 axles and give you my 3.23 axles + cash. I'd be able to do it over the summer (July/August time frame). Oh yeah, front 30 rear 44.
Btw, I got the driveway space and tools to do the swap direct jeep to jeep as well.

I've done that with my XJ a while back - I had 4.11's and was upgrading to 4.88's and buddy wanted 4.11's so he picked up re-geared axles from me.
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Sucks you are so far away. I'm selling my stockers with 4.10's and a rear LSD for $1000. Don't have the means to ship though.

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Sucks you are so far away. I'm selling my stockers with 4.10's and a rear LSD for $1000. Don't have the means to ship though.
I'm looking to spend less . In pre baby years I'd be down for that though
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I'm looking to spend less . In pre baby years I'd be down for that though
How about 550$ and you bring me the F&R axle housings without any oil or shafts in/on them (leave the gears in though), and I supply and install 4.56 or 4.88 new gears... And only add 200 for front sleeves welded in while doing gears.

Just an offer..
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That's a great offer but I'm looking to spend less and not to go deeper then 4.11s

On the flip side if you have someone that has 3.73s or 4.11s that wants to regear maybe we all can work something out?
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That's a great offer but I'm looking to spend less and not to go deeper then 4.11s

On the flip side if you have someone that has 3.73s or 4.11s that wants to regear maybe we all can work something out?
Just regeared two this past sat. Both had 3.73's. I can ask if they want to give em back to me for the better good of the world lol. One had water in the diff, so I would not ask him. The other said he wanted to keep them incase he ever trades the jeep back in, but I will ask.

I do about 5 JK's a month though. SO I will try to get a set of 3.73's for ya soon.

Just fyi, the odds of finding a 4.11 stock front D30 are as easy as finding a 100$ bill blowing down the street... And aftermarket 4.11 gears are bank. Thats why I brought up 4.56.
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Just regeared two this past sat. Both had 3.73's. I can ask if they want to give em back to me for the better good of the world lol. One had water in the diff, so I would not ask him. The other said he wanted to keep them incase he ever trades the jeep back in, but I will ask.

I do about 5 JK's a month though. SO I will try to get a set of 3.73's for ya soon.

Just fyi, the odds of finding a 4.11 stock front D30 are as easy as finding a 100$ bill blowing down the street... And aftermarket 4.11 gears are bank. Thats why I brought up 4.56.
Yeah, I know that 4.11's are scarce.... 4.56 though would be a hair too deep for me. I only went up one size from stock tires and I'm not planning to go bigger for a while - XJ's for that. Anyways, I sent you a PM regarding what I'm after. Hopefully we can work something out

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