Posted by clint s on November 07, 2012 at 16:24:24 from (126.96.36.199):
Could anyone give me a rough idea of the cost of replacing a 200 clutch. I have the skills and tools to do it, but I am sure it would take me alot longer than a pro. There is a guy up the road that does some work on tractors and is in need for side jobs to help pay the bills. I am in a position to let him do it and help him out, but have no idea what it would cost labor wise. I have seen him work and he has done some jobs on cars for friends and he has always did a good job. He may have it a while, but that would not bother me. Any ideas what I would pay a pro and what would be a fair deal if he did it.
I would cover all parts
This post was edited by clint s at 16:27:13 11/07/12.
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