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Old 01-14-2022, 09:12 AM   #1
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I was wondering how much people have paid for a brake job on a w22 chassis and what was done. Thanks
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Are you the original owner?. Were your brake calipers replaced under the Workhorse recall?

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Old 01-15-2022, 08:48 PM   #3
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I am the original owner,106000 on the rig.Recall done at 10 000 mi. I'm curious what's that got to do with a brake job cost???
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Misunderstood the question, sorry.



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I am the original owner,106000 on the rig.Recall done at 10 000 mi. I'm curious what's that got to do with a brake job cost???
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I was wondering how much people have paid for a brake job on a w22 chassis and what was done. Thanks
An approximate cost, depending on where the work is done (shop rates vary), the cost to replace 4 rotors, 4 calipers, 2 sets of pads, and 4 flex hoses can be around $3,000.00, maybe more.

I don't have any personal experience with doing ALL of that. You can see what those parts (genuine WCC) cost online at : www.urvp.com .
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The price would depend on what is needed to be replaced as well as the time to do it. A brake job could consist of simply slapping on a set of new pads or resurfacing the rotors while replacing the pads which would include R&R of the rotors to replacing the rotors and or replacing one or more of the calipers, all new pads or rotors or replacing some of the rotors and resurfacing the other rotors.
Unless you got a response from someone who has had the work done recently the price would be much lower than it would be today. Brake rotors and pads have taken a significant increase in pricing since late last summer ( in many cases 40 to 50% ) since most of the parts come from "offshore". There are several different grades of pads and rotors available. Labor prices have increased also due to the failing economy and higher employee rates of pay. Prices will vary from one area to the next.
Questions like this are like asking someone, "How long is a piece of string"?
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I was wondering how much people have paid for a brake job on a w22 chassis and what was done. Thanks

I replaced all 4 calipers, rotors, brake pads and brake hoses less than a year ago and can tell you that I had $1200 in parts. All the parts I used were Centric brand except for the brake pads, they are Performance Friction. I did the work myself so can't help with what labor cost will be.
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The price would depend on what is needed to be replaced as well as the time to do it. A brake job could consist of simply slapping on a set of new pads or resurfacing the rotors while replacing the pads which would include R&R of the rotors to replacing the rotors and or replacing one or more of the calipers, all new pads or rotors or replacing some of the rotors and resurfacing the other rotors.
Unless you got a response from someone who has had the work done recently the price would be much lower than it would be today. Brake rotors and pads have taken a significant increase in pricing since late last summer ( in many cases 40 to 50% ) since most of the parts come from "offshore". There are several different grades of pads and rotors available. Labor prices have increased also due to the failing economy and higher employee rates of pay. Prices will vary from one area to the next.
Questions like this are like asking someone, "How long is a piece of string"?
Please reread my OP. Alli asked for was how much they paid and what was done on a Brake job. i dont care how long apiece of string is. Have you had a brake job done on a W22? then let me know what you paid and THANK YOU!
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Please reread my OP. Alli asked for was how much they paid and what was done on a Brake job. i dont care how long apiece of string is. Have you had a brake job done on a W22? then let me know what you paid and THANK YOU!
I recently sold my automotive / light truck repair shop and my automotive machine shop after spending 61 years in the auto repair business.
What I was trying to relay to you is there are so many variations of doing one operation the experiences of others won't be of much use to you.
Whatever.
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Friends of mine had their brakes and alignment on their 2004 done by a local truck shop in October, They said on their FB page it was a just under $2500 for front rotors. surfacing rear rotors. New pads, system flush and front end alignment. That was in the Pittsburgh PA area.

If you havenít figured it out yet, prices for RV repair vary wildly. If you find a independent truck shop that is willing to work on an RV you might fare better on price. Get an estimate and add about 50% for GNW.(God knows what)
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The price would depend on what is needed to be replaced as well as the time to do it. A brake job could consist of simply slapping on a set of new pads or resurfacing the rotors while replacing the pads which would include R&R of the rotors to replacing the rotors and or replacing one or more of the calipers, all new pads or rotors or replacing some of the rotors and resurfacing the other rotors.
Unless you got a response from someone who has had the work done recently the price would be much lower than it would be today. Brake rotors and pads have taken a significant increase in pricing since late last summer ( in many cases 40 to 50% ) since most of the parts come from "offshore". There are several different grades of pads and rotors available. Labor prices have increased also due to the failing economy and higher employee rates of pay. Prices will vary from one area to the next.
Questions like this are like asking someone, "How long is a piece of string"?
Failing economy? What country are you in? Our unemployment rate is only 3.9%, which is a big part of why wages have increased.
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