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Old 11-22-2007, 02:13 AM
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why $275? I am ordering rear rotor set + sensor for like $148 shipped from Morristown and Axxis ULT pads are $60 shipped on ebay.

$208 Total Out The Door

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I did my own for about $275.00!!
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Old 11-22-2007, 03:02 AM
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$285 with labor from my independent German mechanic. For me, I have no problem with DIY projects. But when it comes to brakes, I'll leave that to more qualified folks.
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Old 11-22-2007, 03:43 AM
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it's probably one of the easier DIY jobs there is, but that price makes me wonder what my time is worth. I guess i enjoy the work and get some satisfaction out of knowing that I did it.

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$285 with labor from my independent German mechanic. For me, I have no problem with DIY projects. But when it comes to brakes, I'll leave that to more qualified folks.
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it's probably one of the easier DIY jobs there is, but that price makes me wonder what my time is worth. I guess i enjoy the work and get some satisfaction out of knowing that I did it.
I hear ya'. Time is money. But I have to agree that there is a satisfaction to certain DIY projects.
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$1000 for a rear rotor job? are u sure about this?
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