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Old 11-26-2012, 01:20 PM   #36
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Enough of that nonsense. What I'm getting at is don't be fooled by a smooth-talking salesman before you even know what you're even getting...especially when it comes to dealerships. They aren't going to do anything unless they can make a halfway decent profit on it.

Concerning labor to put the axlebacks on...do a search. It's not that hard. Guys have done it with a broken arm and help from the wife....so basically, a retarded amputee could do it.

I don't know why I keep getting sucked into these exhaust threads. LMAO
I did mine by myself in a garage with a floor jack, wd40, and a wrench. And i am nowhere near a mechanic. its a pretty simple task, having a friend help will make it easier when installing, and making sure the new ones are leveled, but other than that its pretty simple.
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Old 11-26-2012, 04:33 PM   #37
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They want around $200 for them. How much do the Roush exhausts run??
$275 parts and labor is a great price for axlebacks, especially if the dealer is doing the work... Sure, the install is not bad at all. But considering axlebacks alone go for $300-$400 minimum for just the mufflers, I would jump on that opportunity right away. I'm sure the dealer won't use cheap aftermarket stuff, u won't be dissapointed
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Enough of that nonsense. What I'm getting at is don't be fooled by a smooth-talking salesman before you even know what you're even getting...especially when it comes to dealerships. They aren't going to do anything unless they can make a halfway decent profit on it.

Concerning labor to put the axlebacks on...do a search. It's not that hard. Guys have done it with a broken arm and help from the wife....so basically, a retarded amputee could do it.

I don't know why I keep getting sucked into these exhaust threads. LMAO
I put my roush AB and CS front fascia and fog delete grill on my car 1 week outta surgery. Stupid move? Yes. Worth it? Double yes!
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