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2000 SD f250 4x4 crew brakes

How much does a brake job run for all 4 wheels? Thanks,
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You mechanically inclined enough to do it yourself or are you talking about having it done?

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Having it done.
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just pads or all new hardware?


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Replace pads, turn rotors is needed.
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Don't turn rotors, buy new. If they "need turned" due to warpage then replace them since a thinner rotor will warp sooner.

Replacing pads is cheap and easy. 20$ parts per axle and almost as easy as removing the tires.

Rotors fall off also but I haven't priced them yet.

If you can't do brakes then, well, I don't know what to say.

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The problem is not that I can't do the work myself. I normally do. But, I'm working 6 days a week 12hrs a day and just don't have the time to do it.
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Calitpers are $67, Pads run about $20 and rotors are about $40 each. 4x $70=280 + 4x$40=160 +$20 Total parts $460 atleast $500 in labor. You are looking at a $1000. I did mine in about 2 hours.

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Thanks for your reply. I called the local ford dealership, and they said it would cost me $300.00. Like I stated, I just don't have the time to do it. Thanks to all, Bobby
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