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Old 10-22-2003, 04:55 AM   #1
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Had a weird clunking happening when I turned corners on my good ol' 89. Took it to my wrench and he put in 2 new drive axles. Man I'm tellin' ya wadda difference in getting up and goin'! It takes off like it never has! Locked and Loaded
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How much did everything end up costing you.
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How much did everything end up costing you.
Was not as bad as I thought actually >Total with tax= $310.50 cdn....my wrench is a good guy The local Pontiac dealer would have been twice that or more!
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Yea that definently aint bad at all. I think that how much I paid for my front breaks to get redone. But that was Including labor, rotors, pads & oil change.
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i dont know how to convert currency but that sounds like an awful lot for just pads, rotors, and oil change. were they high performance rotors or somethin? or was it far more complex than what im thinking.
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If you are reffering to me then it is in American $. I forget the exact break down of everything.
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