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Jeep Wrangler 1998

Tooke my car for a service today and they told both front and back difs were falling apart and quoted me $8,000 to repair. They said I may as well just drop it at the wreckers. Is this right????

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First of all that sounds lucarative. unless this vehicle has been abused and been through the worst. but even though if you had to replace both go to an indenpendent shop and maybe they could find you some good used parts that maybe will be in better condition. Get a second opinion before taking it to the wreckers. then if that is worst case scenerio then donate the car to the blind, theres a tax benefit in doing that.

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