any local auto shop should be able to put them in...but if you want to spend the money with a warrenty, go to the dealership..but expect to put out a pretty penny.
go to someone you know works on fast trucks/cars and see how much they will charge me.
my next door neighbor works for GM so he's gonna bring the tools home and do mine for me. price = 2 cases of bud light...not a bad price.
first of all, don't do it yourself unless you have quite a bit of know-how.
Secondly, the going rate for doing just the rear gears is about $500. I've heard of people being quoted $2000 so don't get sucked into that bullshit.
DarkEternal always has great prices on gears, search for his name on here in the member list and pm him or better yet give him a call
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