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Old 06-09-2014, 05:47 PM   #1
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Motor mounts on 68mustang coupe

Can anyone tell me how much it costs at the local garage to replace a motor mount I broke one and it goes in on Wednesday and I am trying to get a idea of the cost. Thanks
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What engine do you have?
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Do you have a floor jack? Im sure it cant be more than 4 bolts
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I have all the tools and I have done them before I have a bad back so I am having the local shop replace the one that broke the other one looks good I just am trying to find out about what the cost should be so I know what to expect, thanks
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Well i couldnt see it taking more than a hour to do so whatever your hourly rate goes for around you i think its like 115-125 around me
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Thanks I am hoping I can get the both done for under 500
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Wow screw a garage they will rape you. I understand the bad back as I have one to but don't you have a car buddy to lend you a hand and save you some money.

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It is in the shop now and yes I have friends to help but I want to get it done before wife's birthday Thursday thanks and I will let you know what they charge
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Yeah I know what you mean, my son and I both own stands when a problem happens we both are on It. I unfortunately broke 3 vertebrae in my back and it's hard to even lay on a creeper but we team up and get it done.actually we just changed the rear end a week ago but we got it done. Wish we were close we would lend a free hand for a fellow mustanger u know lol.

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We'll they have it done it took them a half hour and it cost $57.00 parts and labor my friend thank helps with my car recommended the shop
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