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I'VE BEEN TOLD THAT I NEED TO REPLACE AXEL BEARING. IS THIS COSTLY FOR PARTS AND LABOR? WOULD THIS CAUSE MY TIRES TO WEAR OUT VERY QUICKLY?

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It would wear tires out faster than normal. it will be a costly repair yes. guessing about 1500.00.
if they find more problems like worn shaft or brg housing then its gonna cost more.
id suggest finding a small garage they tend to be more straight up. not bullshitters. good luck

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