That's what I thought. I'll know more when I actually take the Beastie in for the install. My guess is that they'll try to bilk me for additional parts, fluids, labor, unexpected delays, etc. So far, so good, according to the phone conversation...We'll see.SDTitan1 said:damn, that might be the best installation price I've heard ^^ ... I was quoted 245 at a local gear shop in San Diego and I thought that was a great price.
Thanks, Ryu. But at those labor rates I'd be happy to park 3 blocks away and walk...lol. BTW, did you have any probs with seal leaks after the install of your True Trac?RyuTan said:They won't tack on labor charges. That sub $200 quote sounds like what I paid for labor there. They will charge you a reasonable price for gear oil and carrier bearings if you don't bring your own (I'd call and verify they have a set in stock). It is a business after all. I have been there a few different times for various projects, and always drive away satisfied. Just be aware that it is a tiny place and hard to park and get into to.