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Old 10-20-2009, 12:21 PM
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Head Gaskets installed for $1600 in San Antonio

just an FYI, saw a CL add for a guy in San Antonio that will install head gaskets and similar work for $1600.

6.0 Ford Powerstroke head gaskets installed
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Hmmm, I wonder if this includes parts, lol. to do this job properly, and with a set of studs and machine work, you'd have about 1300 in parts,does that mean this guy is doing it for 300 bucks? lol
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Hmmm, I wonder if this includes parts, lol. to do this job properly, and with a set of studs and machine work, you'd have about 1300 in parts,does that mean this guy is doing it for 300 bucks? lol
I doubt it! If that was with everything, I would drive out there tomorrow!
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I would think thats just labor.
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I assume this is just the labor, I really don't know what places charge for the labor so just offered up the post
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I doubt it! If that was with everything, I would drive out there tomorrow!
then you could find someone to do the KR bench/bucket swap with you on the same trip
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