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#1 kaisersling

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Posted 05 November 2004 - 01:03 PM

Hi,

I was considering doing my own wheel bearing repair on my 1998 outback sport. Parts will be about $80 , plus tools +time+aggravation. I just wanted to see if anyone knows of a good shop or subaru specialist in Central NJ that does wheel bearings. If the price is decent I may go that route. I live in Allentown NJ near Hamilton.

Thanks

#2 ScoobyDoo1061

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Posted 06 November 2004 - 01:21 PM

KaiserSling~Know a guy in Mercerville who specialized in subaru for dealer n been on own long time. Really good guy and mechanic. If pursuit, tell him Jeff Titus sent ya... Good luckDimaggio's Auto Service Inc609-588-976670 Youngs RdMercervilleNJ08619

Hi,

I was considering doing my own wheel bearing repair on my 1998 outback sport. Parts will be about $80 , plus tools +time+aggravation. I just wanted to see if anyone knows of a good shop or subaru specialist in Central NJ that does wheel bearings. If the price is decent I may go that route. I live in Allentown NJ near Hamilton.

Thanks



#3 brus brother

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Posted 06 November 2004 - 04:11 PM

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Try shooting PM or e-mail (above) to member svexpert.
He has a shop in southern NJ that might suit you.




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