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Old June 21st, 2005, 06:39 PM   #29
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How much for the drums, studs and labor, shipping = total for the rear? Who did you talk to?
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Just talked to the first parts guy who answered. He said it would be ...
29.95 per drum
40.00 for studs pressed in
114.00 for drilling...ouch [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/dry.gif[/img]
17.00 shipping
I might look into getting them drilled locally cheaper.
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Talk to Josh, the rears come to 186 and that included 25 dollars for shipping to Ohio.

29.95 blank, 60 dollars to drill the pair, 31.90 for 10 studs, 10 to press them in!
for some reason some of the people think the drill charge is different than the patterns already quoted in the book. (the studs pressed in is too much for something already set up)
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