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Axel Boots My axel boots have split. Are there any short cuts in fixing them? What would be a competitive price for getting them fixed?

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If the boots are torn, the condition of the bearings are most likely in bad shape as well. I would buy new axles and have them installed. Axles should be around $80.00 and should only take an hour to replace them. The hourly rate at my shop is $75.00. If, for example, you were to bring it to my shop and have them replace, you would be looking at approx. $150.00 per side to do out the door. Do alot of shopping before you commit to a shop to do the work for you. You'll find that shops vary from one to another.

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