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Thread: Mount/Bushing replacement labor.

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    gregj1006 is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Mount/Bushing replacement labor.

    How much do you think it would cost in labor to install all the revshift hardware. I think its a bit more than I wanna/can do.

    Appreciate any/all replies


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    Re: Mount/Bushing replacement labor.

    A lot! Probably looking at between $500-$1000, depending how cheap your mechanic is.

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    Re: Mount/Bushing replacement labor.

    If I was gonna do some, which ones should be first?

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    Re: Mount/Bushing replacement labor.

    1. Motor mounts
    2. Cradle bushings
    3. Diff bushing
    4. Trans mount
    5. Trailing arm, etc.

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    Re: Mount/Bushing replacement labor.

    I agree with HAMSTAR, plus go ahead and do the sway bars.

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    Re: Mount/Bushing replacement labor.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vav View Post
    I agree with HAMSTAR, plus go ahead and do the sway bars.
    Is this a revshift part or do you mean sway bars in general.

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    Re: Mount/Bushing replacement labor.

    I had all mm, inserts and bushings installed for $1300 by a local mechanic that does quite a bit of work for us.


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