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Timbrens on rear end

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by 10 gauge, Jan 18, 2004.

  1. 10 gauge

    10 gauge Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    hey all im new to the site and i have a question .
    i have a 94 Chevy 1500 that im gonna be pulling a 16ft enclosed trailer with this year and i was wanting to put a set of Timbrens on the rear end. my question is how hard are they to put on the rear end of a 2wd truck?? i was also quoted a price of if i remember correctly $170 for the Timbrens and $45 to install does this sound fair?? how complicated is it to do myself??

    thanks for the info:D
     
  2. Scott W

    Scott W Junior Member
    Messages: 5

    HEY 10 GAUGE, I'M NEW TO THE SITE TOO AND HAVE LEARNED
    AN AWEFUL LOT HERE. THE TIMBRENS ARE REAL EASY TO INSTALL
    IN THE REAR OF YOUR TRUCK. THEY INSTALL AT THE LEAF SPRING
    ABOVE THE AXLE.
    I GOT MINE ONLINE AT WWW.AWDIRECT.COM. THEY WERE
    $149.99 PLUS SHIPPING AND HANDLING AND THEY HAD THEM TO
    ME IN 2 DAYS USING THE REGULAR UPS GROUND SHIPPING.
    IF YOU ARE A LITTLE BIT COMFORTABLE WORKING ON YOUR TRUCK
    THEY SHOULD BE NO PROBLEM PUTTING ON. GOOD LUCK!!!
    SAVE THAT MONEY FOR A NICE DINER OUT!
     
  3. 10 gauge

    10 gauge Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    thanks for the info i figure ill do it myself but i wasnt sure exactly what all was involved with the installation