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Expected labor charge for 2.5" AEV lift - 2013 2-door Rubi


Old 05-06-2013, 09:09 AM
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I have had the kit installed Once and it was 350 including alignment... that was about an hour away... and it was a pain so I found a place that is 20min away local and they will do it for 320 plus 40 for alignment. I would not pay more than 400 for an install.
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Old 01-12-2018, 10:08 PM
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Originally Posted by slidnby View Post
I put a rc 2.5" on in my drive way with floor jack and 2 jack stands in 3 hrs. Later I put new shocks and springs in and it took about 2 hrs I would hope a shop that does this every day in a shop could do the job in 5 hrs max. If It's the first time.if they do it all the time they can do it in 2-4 hrs. O was a mechanic for 6 years and after the first time it cutsalmost 1/4 of the time to do it . I f it was something I did all the time it took about 25 to 50% of the time it was supposed to
I agree. Most set times for labor don't take as long unless you run into issues.
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