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My corsa has been hit at 70 miles an hour on the rear right hand side,it span 180 degrees and ended up on the hard shoulder of the m271,the rear axle is now broken,i want to know,roughly,how much this is going to cost me

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Hi, im in south america, and the rear axle cost 365 us dollars, add labour and some other related parts
hope this helps

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