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Date:         Thu, 6 Apr 2000 22:38:18 -0500
Reply-To:     John Rodgers <inua@HIWAAY.NET>
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From:         John Rodgers <inua@HIWAAY.NET>
Subject:      Axle assembly vs Local Shop Rebuild
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I have just run into a mechanic who says that buying a rebuilt axle assembly.....including new CV's, boots and cheaper that buying the CV's and having the local mechanic do it. I was quoted $134 R&R exchange going the axle assembly way.

My 88GL has developed the dread knock, knock, knock in the rear end somewhere. Has to be the C/V. Just wondering the lists' opinion on the subject.


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