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Well from what he says that is worse case. I too thought that was over the top high. Almost like back in my mobile audio days when I didn't want to do a job I would over bid with the hope they wouldn't want the service. I know that's bad but at times not many times that is a way to deal with some people... in the end if I was to do the work I never charged that price as I couldn't sleep at night if I had. .
300 in labor or just under anyway, new brakes, rotors and calipers. Fluid refill, removing the bad lug, remove the rim, install new bearing hub and 2 new tires, 10 new lugs, 4 wheel alignment. I go with they didn't want to do the job... maybe cause of some issues I have had in the past with work they did on the 12 suburban.
Also he said could be far less if they can get the bad ones out within first hour and if they could get away with only needing to install the tires. No brakes or bearing work. Also if only 1 bad on each side less time less cost.
Not trying to put half down on another 06 just change some tires lol...
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