posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 09:19 AM
I normally would, but I don't have a spring compressor, an impact wrench, impact sockets, a torque wrench, etc.. And I want it done RIGHT.
I have gone back and forth between just buying the tools and doing it myself or paying someone to do it. I still have not made up my mind 100% but
some information about estimated labor hours would help me do so.
I don't need a guide, I've been taking apart/putting together cars and tractors and anything else my entire life. I just don't have a garage and don't
want to do the repairs in the winter, in the cold, out in the open. (it's cold here this time of year!)
Thanks for the link but what I really need is to know what the labor guides say about these repairs.
As added info - my uncle is a long time mechanic and co-own his business. He has offered to do this for me for free but I feel really guilty, as I
don't see him very often even though he lives across town.. I would feel really bad asking him to do this for me after being so distant, I don't avoid
him or anything I'm just busy and can't get out to see the whole family as much as I'd like. I don't want him to get the idea I'm only going to come
by when I need something.
Money isn't a problem. I have money - but I also don't want to get ripped off. I don't mind paying someone who is honest and trustworthy to do the
edit on 31-1-2012 by TinkerHaus because: (no reason given)