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Old 10-02-2014, 08:30 PM   #1
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Front air bags replaced and brakes are Good!

Had either a small cut or crack in the driver front air bag and decided to replace both front units.

Fortunately, my super cool, super cheap Cummins mech was willing to do the job before he goes in for a hip replacement mid-Oct.

He used to own his own business and he just called one of his A-grade students who had his own shop for a few years to rent a slot to do the work for a very small fee.

He also fully greased up the king pins and they are good to go.

$650 for the parts/labor....Ohhh Yeah...

Great guys and I'm very lucky to have these contacts.

Anywho, also had him inspect the front brake pads and they look to have already been serviced and show about 80% pad still remaining....Lovely!!


You can see the pad divide and how thick they still are as well as the king pin grease fitting...

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