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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE oldandtired's Avatar
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    Price to build Ford 9 inch

    What is the going rate to assemble a Ford 9"? I have a completely clean and stripped chunk with new master bearing set, new gears and new spool.

    Thanks, Dave
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    About $100 to $125 to set the gear up.

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    Around here $300-400

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    i guess i got out cheap, i just bought a 9" with new 513 gear and its already narrowed for 300. gotta love them crackheads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outlaw256
    i guess i got out cheap, i just bought a 9" with new 513 gear and its already narrowed for 300. gotta love them crackheads.
    now you just gotta hope the real owner doesn't show up with paperwork.
    :wink:

    Zip.

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    i guess i got out cheap, i just bought a 9" with new 513 gear and its already narrowed for 300. gotta love them crackheads.
    You normally get what you pay for unless your buyung stolen parts, in that case your just helping the problem.

    I hope it was a buddy deal instead

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    OK I may have confused some people.
    Chunk assembly only - set pinion shim, press bearings, adjust backlash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRabbit
    About $100 to $125 to set the gear up.

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    $75 - 125 HERE YO GET IT DONE :lol:

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE oldandtired's Avatar
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    Thanks, guys.

    If I dissamble one, I can look at wear pattern, check shims and using math, calculate the new shim thickness from the old set up.

    This was a totally new set up and I don't own a depth kit.
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