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The White Flag

I have received many helpful comments about doing the boots on my 
front CV joints - but I've decided that I MUST finish my *%%^&% 
dissertation (10 years in the making) and let a shop do it.  I have a 
good shop locally telling me they can do it, but they insist:

1)  The front suspension must be partially disassembled, and;
2)  It is not required that weight stay on the front wheels during 
this procedure, which is the way I read the manual.

Total labor estimate=4 hours.  (This is a 1990 200, automatic, fwd 

Comments?   I'm not too proud to call back and cancel until I figure 
out who's right.

Al Powell                           Voice:  409/845-2807
107 Reed McDonald Bldg.             Fax:    409/862-1202
College Station, TX 77843           Email:  a-powell1@tamu.edu 
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Saunders' Slant: "If it's worth doing, it's worth hiring someone
 who knows how to do it."