Per the recommendation of Just Differentials where I purchased the parts, Baertrax in Dallas did the install for $450. With the bearings and shims, the total cost for just the rear was about $1200. Although expensive, I would recommend Baertrax, they are a real off road shop and appear to know what they are doing.
DIY install on mine took about 2.5 hours with access to a lift and proper air tools and press. I purchsed new bearings so I didn't have to press the old ones off and luckily I was able to use the same shim set up as stock.
Just a rough guidline for time they might charge you..
Cool, thanks man, was just curious what the potential issues would be of only doing the rear on a 4wd since I know very little about that stuff...glad it worked out for you though and you are happy with it.
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