$$$ Too Much $$$

Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by SunburstGoldGT, Jan 19, 2004.


  1. SunburstGoldGT

    SunburstGoldGT New Member

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    I am gettin my tax money back soon and want to get the sportlines for my 2000 GT. I went to several local shops today for estimates on installation and they all said around $240-260 dollars. To me this seems like way to much considering ive seen posts of people installing them on their own. Im somewhat mechanically inclined but i am away at college and dont have my tools or the time really to install myself. I guess i was wondering if this is too much. Also how easy are CC plates to install and who has the best/easiest ones? Thanks in advance for replies.
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    CC plates are something that you may as well install while you do the springs. If you have no tools w/ you pay the shops the $240-$260 they are asking. Springs are labor intensive, even w/ power tools.


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    kennym01 New Member

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    That's not a bad price for installation, I paid $200.00 for my spring's...

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