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      03-22-2013, 07:51 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by JerezBlacke92 View Post
For the 42k service, any less expensive options? Got a quote for 1900 in parts alone.
Was this a dealer who gave this quote and was it for both front/rear pads and rotors?

Many dealers will quote you MSRP for parts only and then discount it somewhat if you want them to do the work (although still cheaper to DIY). You may want to call the parts counter directly and see what price they give you or check online at

At 42k, do you really need new rear rotors and pads? You can easily check it yourself.
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