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Old 07-30-2013, 04:48 PM   #61
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Did they give you a written quote that states all of the parts they will replace? Did they price out the parts? Did they say replacing the control arms would fix the problem?
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okay after talking to my service guy "we" got the price down to 740.00 from 940.00

How easy are these to do. Or if I got aftermarkets what can I expect the cost for a shop to charge. Between the Ball joints (long story) last year and now this. The car has imho become a suspension nightmare!

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What parts are they replacing? This past Saturday I dropped by the shop that I use when I don't have time to replace something myself. Took him about an hour to swap my stock rear LCA with the J&M HotPart LCA and I paid him $75 for the mechanic's time and use of the lift. They cost around $100 for the LCA's from HotPart at American Muscle
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