Originally Posted by 1fst86
That's high to me, probably cost u half of that to do it urself. Buy that's just me
It is to me to, but when you figure the labor costs ($60-$70 per hour or more) it makes sense as to why it is so expensive and if you think about the shop costs, tools and training they have to have it is hard to begrudge them that.
My biggest issue is that I have a very limited repair shop base to draw from and I just do not trust other people to work on my vehicles. That comes from bad experiences in the past.
I had one guy I really trusted. He was one of my best friends too, but he passed away a few years ago, so now I'm without a trustworthy mechanic and I can't do my own work anymore either. 1-800-CRYMEARIVER I suppose.
I am "training" my nephews, but that will take some time.
fast 94 5.0, Are you changing the pads and turning the rotors too?
I'd be interested in hearing how your improvements affect your braking power, as I intend to upgrade my rubber lines too.