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      08-24-2010, 09:38 AM   #17
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If you're going to do a core charge and want a rebuilt diff, go with VAC or Diffsonline. I went with another vendor and it's been nothing but a headache. My diff has gear whine and whatever money / time I saved by going with the rebuilt option has been offset by having to send it back and pay for more swaps than necessary.

If Harold is providing you a final drive, then it's a simple swap and any reputable shop can take on the task. If he's sending you JUST the Quaife and you want to mate it to your existing drive, then yes you'll have to be a bit more picky. No special tools are required but you'll want to ensure the shop is detail oriented and works in a clean environment.