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Right side axle seal, left side outer dv boot,trailing arm bushin

How much does this cost? and its a 97 civic ex. with87,000 miles
should i fix it soon as possible or can i still drive it and for how long
also at 90,000 miles what should i get done to it
thank you for you time ] i appricate it

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Replace axle , is it orig. part???

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