I recently stopped at the local 4Wheel parts store to inquire about changing
the axle ratio in my truck.
I drive a 1994 Chevy K1500 (4.3L).
I believe that the truck has the stock 3.08 gears, with very non-stock
I would like to run 4.10's to help out that 4.3L a little bit.
The quote I received was just over $1500 for parts and labor (not including
The labor break down was: $400-rear and $500-front.
The other $600 must be for parts.
This quote seems to be a bit on the high side from what I expected.
Should I be insulted by these bozo's?
Are these guys trying to rip me off?
Was I crazy thinking that this job should be significantly less expensive