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Re: vibration when turning left?

Time to look for an independant garage here, then.
Thanks for the estimate.  I'm going to try a re-alignment (a 'high
speed' realignment, which I don't think I've ever actually heard of, but
sounds interesting considering that this problem doesn't manifest itself
except at 70+mph).

"Never raise your hands to your kids.  It leaves your groin
	-- Red Buttons

Christos Anesti!

Sean_Ford@idx.com wrote:
> To:   quattro
> Elliott,
> I'm having my '92 100CS FWD left front wheel bearing replaced on Friday at
> Central St. Garage in Natick, MA. I suspect that the replacement is
> virtually the same for our cars. The wheel bearing is $75 and approx 2
> hours labor. So I guess we're looking at $175 - $200.
> Point of reference: Blaufergnunen's "regular" price for a wheel bearing is
> $54.95, but during last week's 2 day sale, the wheel bearings were $34.95.
> There's a story in here related to these parts prices that I won't go into
> right now, but the outcome resulted in my finding a new mechanic.
> Sean Ford
> '92 Audi 100CS 5-spd 37k mi
> http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/5528
> Original Message---------------------
> Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 21:58:36 -0400
> From: Elliott Potter <epotter@abraxis.com>
> Subject: Re: vibration when turning left?
> >I took it in for an alignment right before I got the new tires; they
> >said it was perfectly in line.  Maybe I'll check it again--an alignment
> >is certainly cheaper than a wheel bearing!
> >
> >Anyone had a wheel bearing done on a '93 90 FWD?  How much does this
> >usually run?