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Old 11-30-2008, 07:16 PM   #1
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has anyone got a new rear end installed im just wondering bout what the labor would be
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Don't pay someone to do it. It's a pretty straight forward install that just takes basic tools, patience and a helping hand.
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yep agree with this guy, that is a really simple change..shouldnt take a long at all!!
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didnt even have a helping hand when I did mine on both cars in my garage.
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only problem is i neither have the tools or the knowledge/experience to do it
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only problem is i neither have the tools or the knowledge/experience to do it
There is nothing wrong with that. With that said I cannot imagine it would cost too much. Maybe a couple of hours, figure 4-5 at most.
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also if you have any friends or people on a local forum that have done this before, im sure they would do it for cheap.. hell maybe some beer, they'd do it for free!!
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i appreciate yalls help really wish i could do it but wouldnt know where to begin im new to the hobby so im just trying to get the basic stuff down on what i need more less on how to do it but thanks alot for your help
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