Thanks to all that have responded, that has got to be the largest response I
have ever received from this list in the 8 years I have been on it (mostly
in the lurking state)!
So now I have gone from the auto transport, to a tandem trailer, to a single
axle, to a car dolly, and now all the way to the tow bar. It's hard to
argue with $1200 vs $120.
Though I don't think I am going to get away that lightly. I think it would
be in my best interest to have the rear end bearings replaced. I just
replaced the front ones myself last month during an attack of the
might-as-wells starting with the newly rebuild master cylinder (whitepost -
works awesome), then the new rotors, ebc green stuff, brake lines, swivel
assemblies rebuilt (Motorhead - ouch did that hurt), poly bushings, and of
course the bearings.
Since time is running short and I need to be on the road by Wednesday (keep
an eye out for a red chevy extended cab pulling a blue 70 B, in some
fashion, between DC-Atlanta-Mobile-Houston-San Antonio) I don't think I have
the time to devote to doing it myself. What should I expect to pay a shop
to do it? I was thinking of using Motorhead. Other suggestions?
BTW, it has wire wheels.
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