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Old 09-28-2011, 10:43 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Ceeker View Post
Are you prepared for an expense when time comes to remove the backing plates? if they do it correctly, you'll need to remove the bearing to remove the backing plate. or they may cut and tack weld one back on. As mentioned a simple fix for this are a couple bolts and nuts and you're back in biz.
Well, problem is I don't know enough about this and can only go on theirs or other mechanic's advice. I'd rather do it correctly, than a quick fix that will not permanently solve the problem. Unfortunately I'm not well versed enough to make that call in this case.

Right now it will cost me $650 or so.
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