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Old 09-13-2006, 09:21 PM   #11
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I've deleted a bit of stuff in here guys...keep the thread moving.
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Old 09-13-2006, 09:23 PM   #12
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Peter, that wasn't nice, I was going to ask you if they we're hiring where you work. If you could afford you're Bonne and that new car at you're age then I want your job.
Acctually i can afford it if i really wanted a **** box like that.. did you know it doesnt even have arm rests?
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Old 09-13-2006, 09:24 PM   #13
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You gonna replace both of them??

Might as well save the trouble later
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Old 09-13-2006, 09:24 PM   #14
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Damn you are VERY lucky that didnt happen in traffic man!
Amazing how that stuff is timed
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Old 09-13-2006, 09:27 PM   #15
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Peter, that wasn't nice, I was going to ask you if they we're hiring where you work. If you could afford you're Bonne and that new car at you're age then I want your job.
Acctually i can afford it if i really wanted a ***^ box like that.. did you know it doesnt even have arm rests?

Ok then, let me know when there'* an opening at your work. Can we car pool?
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Ball Joints are REALLY expensive to have a shop replace. If you have another vehicle you can drive, i'd do them yourself. Ball Joint is cheap, but the labor is out the ARSE....
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Yes, for Rear Ball joints you need a hand press..you probably have acess to that at your shop though
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Ball Joints are REALLY expensive to have a shop replace. If you have another vehicle you can drive, i'd do them yourself. Ball Joint is cheap, but the labor is out the ARSE....
dont you remember, i work at the dealer...its gonna cost ne next to nothing to have it done for me


on a side note, did you know a GM balljoint cost $234
had them order me a aftermarket one $80
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Ball Joints are REALLY expensive to have a shop replace. If you have another vehicle you can drive, i'd do them yourself. Ball Joint is cheap, but the labor is out the ARSE....
dont you remember, i work at the dealer...its gonna cost ne next to nothing to have it done for me
yeah, true.... so lucky. Will you do it then or have another co worker do it?
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you know this is vary weird that this happend to teo black bonnes on the same side..


Now peter have you looked at it close yet, did just the ball joint brake or did it rust apart like mine did and the controll arm broke?
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