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Originally Posted by 95f350powerstroke*
Is it more difficult to regear rather than swap axles?
Swapping axles isn't too hard, just unbolting the old and bolting up the new!
Regearing requires special tools and knowledge of how to set the ring and pinion up correctly so that they will last.
The price difference depends on how good of a deal you can find on used axles, regearing a 4x4 usually costs between $1500-$2000.
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Last edited by GregsSD; 06-03-2013 at 01:55 PM.