First of all i dont wheel a whole lot, but i like that if something does wear out i get a new one for free. They said 9 hrs labor for $675 i kinda cringed when i heard that. Im the first one to admit that i am by no means a capable mechanic, even if i was i dont have the facilities to do a lift myself. My only option is to have a shop do it. I've just started to shop around so maybe a more affordable option will come up. :shrugbnkrtstk said:How much is labor? The lifetime warranty on parts and labor sounds enticing. What does the fine print say? Are they going to give you probelms if something breaks due to wheeling?
the 4wp labor is 280 if i get it in before december's over78bronco460 said:$75/hr shop rate seems a little high to me. Spose the guys doing the work even get $20 of that? I'd buy the lift and get some buddies to help do the installation. It ain't a cruise missile.
All I did was offer free foor and beer and people came to help with an engine swap.Miketnf150 said:there are tons of bronco lovers around you. Maybe if you get in the Dixie Chapter section and talk nicely you may get a few of them to give a hand. If you were closer you could come over and we could do it in the garage on weekend.
words of wisdom :thumbup and you'd be suprised how far free food n beer would get u. I'd say shop around but considering my dealership is around $71 per hour labor cost, probably ain't gonna find it much cheaper. then again you're in a different corner of the world so :shrugDamager said:too bad .............. if you put the work into it yourself, just think of what else you could buy with the difference .. including the pride og doing it yourself .. that is worth something as well.
you should really take this opportunity to learn about your truck ..... but, whatever suits you