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Old 11-05-2012, 03:03 PM   #451
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The same price as just the gears!
So a nice little $1500 discount...
LUCKY!!!!


You better add some bushings to it before you install it.
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Old 11-05-2012, 03:19 PM   #452
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It does make it much easier, because you don't have to crack open the pumpkin. I can provide you with instructions as long as your handy with a set of tools.
Sweet that would be awesome! I've done everything else to my car except the long tubes. I'll determine if I can handle it based on the instructions. Thanks!
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Old 11-05-2012, 03:33 PM   #453
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LUCKY!!!!


You better add some bushings to it before you install it.
I know right? I was looking at other possible mods such as an eaton posi ot jre billet caps but now that the pumpkin is staying closed I don't know.
What type of bushings do you recommend and how beneficial are they? Hard to install without a bushing press?
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:28 PM   #454
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What part number did you give them for them to look it up? Or did you just go in and ask them to look up the part for the 1LE?
I gave them the 22813040 part #. Initially he couldn't see it in the system...but once I mentioned looking at the updated parts database, He was able to see it...just not order it or sell it to me without the VIN LOL.
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:33 PM   #455
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I gave them the 22813040 part #. Initially he couldn't see it in the system...but once I mentioned looking at the updated parts database, He was able to see it...just not order it or sell it to me without the VIN LOL.
Yeah, most of the stuff is on hold for the cars going down the line. They really wont be widely available till January 2013 when the kits go on sale through Chevrolet Performance.
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Old 11-06-2012, 01:32 PM   #456
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I know right? I was looking at other possible mods such as an eaton posi ot jre billet caps but now that the pumpkin is staying closed I don't know.
What type of bushings do you recommend and how beneficial are they? Hard to install without a bushing press?
I like Pedders bushings.

Pretty straight forward install especially with the pumpkin out. This is a 100% must do before you put it back in. A sawsall and hammer....about 3 mins x 3 bushings.

I would also recommend installing the Pedders Street Z kit (craddle bushing inserts and radius rod inserts). You'll be pleased at how well that will firm up the rear.
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Old 11-06-2012, 04:31 PM   #457
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Thanks for the advice caverman! I went ahead and ordered BMR set BK020 and that should firm it up nicely. I'm sure Pedders is nice but a little more than I wanted to spend plus I have other BMR parts and they are great.
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:23 PM   #458
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Thanks for the advice caverman! I went ahead and ordered BMR set BK020 and that should firm it up nicely. I'm sure Pedders is nice but a little more than I wanted to spend plus I have other BMR parts and they are great.
It's all personal preference. I actually have Whiteline in rear because that's what was available at the time that I had some rear work done. Any of them are going to be better than OEM.

I will say that for craddle bushing inserts...go with Pedders. They are more but worth it. Take if from me...I had the BMR style inserts for about a week and ended up taking them out to put in Pedders.
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:35 AM   #459
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Woohoo. Dealer just called and said my 3.91 gears are in. Guess I'll be making an extra stop today. What a great birthday present.
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Old 11-13-2012, 07:25 PM   #460
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yeah just got the message as well gears are in!!!!!
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Old 11-13-2012, 08:08 PM   #461
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:08 PM   #462
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I got the call as well. They shipped.

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Old 11-14-2012, 01:15 AM   #463
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Old 11-14-2012, 05:46 PM   #464
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Got the message today that mine are in!! GM must've shipped a big batch out to all the dealers that had ordered them.
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:58 AM   #465
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22813040 no longer comes up in the system on GMpartsDirect
Part number comes up on my website and we are selling the gear set for $211.34. Currently on back-order. Official GM info says no ETA, but I have been getting them in 2-3 weeks. We are taking orders and shipping as filled.
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Old 11-15-2012, 09:50 AM   #466
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DAMN!!! it pains me to see how much I paid compared to the price now.

$211 + about $400 install = basically 1/2 what I paid.

This plus some rear end bushings is a must do mod.
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How hard is it to remove the dif? Does it need to be removed to do a gear swap? I'm thinking of removing it to send out to have the gears and posi done as soon as my gears arrive. I will also want to install Pedders bushings too. It will be a winter project. I don't have a lift so I'll be doing it on jackstands. Any advise or diy is appreciated!
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How hard is it to remove the dif? Does it need to be removed to do a gear swap? I'm thinking of removing it to send out to have the gears and posi done as soon as my gears arrive. I will also want to install Pedders bushings too. It will be a winter project. I don't have a lift so I'll be doing it on jackstands. Any advise or diy is appreciated!
Yes, the diff must be removed to do a gear swap. Shouldn't be too difficult. 3 bolts hold it into the rear cradle, then six bolt the driveshaft too the diff. I'd have a friend help. As for the bushings, a sawzall and a hammer will take care of those. I can give you a copy of the service manual if you'd like.
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Does the cradle need to be dropped and how do the axles attach to the dif?
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Paid for my gears today and should ship today as well!

Anybody know where I can get an gear install kit at a good price?
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Does the cradle need to be dropped and how do the axles attach to the dif?
Mike, the cradle (rear subframe) does NOT need to be dropped to remove the diff. However, since I am in the middle of this same project right now, I decided it would be a great time to upgrade my subframe bushings too. I disconnected everything from the outer wheel hub (not sure if that's what it's called?). But I unbolted the rear brake calipers, upper and lower control arms, trailing arms, toe rods, emergency brake cable, and speed sensor cable (basically everything and anything that connects to the that outer wheel hub). Then with one good "tug", I pulled the whole axle/wheel hub out of the differential. It's heavy and awkward, but it does come out pretty easily that way. There are some D-I-Y instructions too....if you go into the D-I-Y section and do a search for the word "differential" in the title. Or, you can download complete instruction from the Pfadt website....use their Differential Bushing Installation instructions. Hope this helps!!
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Paid for my gears today and should ship today as well!

Anybody know where I can get an gear install kit at a good price?
If you don't necessarily need new bearings (most people don't), I think this is probably the least expensive "half" kit on the market.....

http://www.ringpinion.com/b2c/Produc...rce=DiffWizard
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Thanks! Just what I was looking for. My car only has 5600 miles and not terribly abused so my bearings should be good. Can't wait to get these installed

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If you don't necessarily need new bearings (most people don't), I think this is probably the least expensive "half" kit on the market.....

http://www.ringpinion.com/b2c/Produc...rce=DiffWizard
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