they said it would take 7 hours to do
7 HOURS!!!!! FOR JUST AN LSD INSTALL IN THE REAR!!!!! Man, they saw you coming!
Hey..... any of you guys on here that are Chrysler mechanics, chime in here... What does the book say?
Can't wait did a google search - here is a quote from an article on how to install an LSD from 4 Wheeler Magazine:
"We installed Eaton's Carbon limited-slip differential in the rear axle of one of our workhorse four-bys, a '95 Chevy K2500. Matt Dinelli at Attitude Performance in Arlington Heights, Illinois completed the install in a little over an hour."
If you would like a link to the entire article, here: http://www.fourwheeler.com/techartic...all/index.html
But I'd still like to know what the Chrysler Service Book says...
Couldn't sit on this one, called my local Dodge dealer:
Parts quote is:$513.60
Labor quote is: $290.00
That's what? A good $400 less than your dealer. Really pisses me off how 2 different Chrysler Dealers could be so different on the same quote!!! Still high even at my dealer though, you could get a jam-up Auburn unit plus installation for around $600 by a reputable mechanic and have twice the unit than that Mopar is.