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Re: '88 735i subframe bushings (archive)

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Posted by Jerry on March 02, 2000 at 15:13:29:

In Reply to: Re: '88 735i subframe bushings posted by sam on February 29, 2000 at 20:16:02:

: Dealers/repair shops should give free estimates.
: they make the cash on the repair.
: go somewhere else. :)

: buy your own parts (see the board for places)
: take them to a repair shop, have them fix it.
: $65/hr is reasonable for the actual repair.
: dont pay for an estimate. thats crazee.

: :
: : I believe I need to have my rear subframe bushings replaced. The car drives like it's on ice skates. Sliding back and forth into turns. Has anyone had this done? Or should I just ask aprox. cost to expect? Dog-bones need it too!
: : One stealer wants $65p/hr just to confirm want I know to be wrong.

Ok, found a guy to do all for $500.00, but doesn't include alignment. Does it need it?
Thanks for the feedback

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