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Old 02-19-2009
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Need Help BAD!!

ok got quoted around $1080 average from tranny shops.

Between $300-$440 for the clutch kit
Between $135-$148 for slave cylinder
resurface flywheel $40
labor $350-$520 labor.

i know i can get it done for $538 if i supply clutch and slave cylinder..
Flywheel resurface- $40
Oil Trans T-Case- $30
Labor $350
Owner Parts $78

im looking at kits with slave cylinders with them, other wise im getting a Raybestos Slave Cyl for $80. what should i get? im liking the Spec Stage 1 for $388. or the Sachs for $323. or a Luk... havn't found a site where i can order it....... i need help with decideing what to get... because if i buy the parts and have them install it i save like $150-$250 depending on the clutch...what should i get?
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anyone?
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do it yourself
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I bought a LUK clutch kit from Clutch City Online for $310. My Dad's friend/mechanic did the install for $290. $600 for a clutch on my truck.

Buy the clutch here: http://stores.ebay.com/store=32441765

That kit comes with the slave.
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do it yourself
Not everyone has the tools, knowledge or space to do it. I just don't have the space.
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yeah, didn't think about that until you said that. sorry.
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im having a mechanic do it for warranty and safety reasons/ if there are any probs they have to deal with it.lol
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