Originally Posted by CodeBlueRacing
Ok then how much to do a rebuilt stock unit with slip in shaft. Yep my '91 F250, has a 2 piece rear shaft with carier and slip in shaft at the case.
It just depends on what all you want rebuilt.
parts cost is:
$75 for bearing / gasket / seal kit
$45 for fluid pump kit
$85 for new chain
$? new fluid
I'll charge parts cost for labor / packaging. No labor charge on a new chain, as it does not add any trouble over a used chain. You will need to fill with fluid before you install it.
$200 core charge for your old one
Personally the one I have, I think would be good with just a new fluid pump kit, shift fork inserts, and gasket / seal kit.
Bronco Graveyard's got the best deal on that. http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/c-937
That would make it $75 for parts + $75 for labor + about $65 shipping.
$200 core charge; when you get your rebuilt unit, use the same packaging to ship the core back to me. When I recieve it I will inspect it. Basically all I need to be good is the input / output shafts, planetary gears, hi/ lo shift fork, and the front case halve (minus front output section). These are near indesructable. Chains and rear case halves are the only weak links that I know of. If your case is functioning / shifting properly in hi/ lo ranges, your shift fork should be good. If not, I can buy them new for like $35.
Let me know how you want to go.