That is a little steep for one axle. You can get a new gear set for it
on line for about $200 or so and the bearing kit for another 70 or 80
bucks. YOu should beable to get it done for 300 to 500 labor because
that is not a hard rear end to work with. I am puzzled by its early
faliure though because they are usually sturdy unless it has never
been serviced regularly and it has big rubber on it too. As a foot
note if you are running oversized rubber, now you be the time to
regear if it is a 4x4 since you have to fix rear axle anyway and gear
prices are about the same on different ratios.
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