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07-08-2012 10:12 AM
Just what I needed!

Hello forum!

Coming to you all the way from Greenwood, SC. I have a 2007 Jeep Wranglers X (JK). I love it. Its still mostly factory, but I plan to do some work for it. That leads me to a couple of questions.
1. I recently had some problems with my clutch. The diagnosis seems to be the master and slave cylinders (mostly the slave, and it was recommended I replace both. Probably because it's easier to install the pre-bled part). I work tons and don't have a lot of time to rip it all apart and do it myself, but they are charging what seems to be WAY too much. For the previous parts and a brake fluid flush, $685. On mars maybe, but not in my world. Then again, it's the dealership. I was wondering what sort of numbers would be more reasonable.
2. Any ideas about the Bestop Trektops NX? I've been wanting to get it, but when the clutch went out the other morning, that is about what a new top costs from Quadratec.

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