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Another +1 for igarage

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iGarage wrote:
Apr 21st, 2017 9:50 am
hey rfd someone just brought this up to me, sorry its been busy i havent had time to sit and check my emails or anything trying to get to them now
.. and moments later I got an email reply!

Thanks everyone !
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nasa25 wrote:
Apr 21st, 2017 10:20 am
Depends on the TSB.

Some are for issues that the manufacturer has agreed to remedy at no cost to the owner (should be done at the dealer)
Some are just TSBs noting an issue that should be resolved, without any compensation from the manufacturer. These can obviously be done anywhere
Mine is the latter, it's to address Knocking/Squeaking from the front suspension (Mazda TSB: 02-010/16). It's not safety related and just annoying. I doubt the dealer will cover it no charge since it's a 2014 with over 100K. If it was a 2015 with an unlimited mileage warranty, I probably would have had a chance.
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iGarage wrote:
Mar 12th, 2013 1:47 pm
Hello fellow RFDers thanks for all the kind comments.
yup we post from time to time, try to help out the RFD community with advice and guidance as best as we can
Hi Ivan, your website now shows that iGarage is closed on Saturday. Is that true? I used to go to your shop on Saturday.
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spyhero wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 7:30 am
Hi Ivan, your website now shows that iGarage is closed on Saturday. Is that true? I used to go to your shop on Saturday.


It is. I tried to book an oil change for a Saturday appointment and he said they're no longer open on Saturdays.
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Sry igarage but ur expensive a lot. got quoted 600$/900$ full brake service. Non-oem and oem respectively.
Baugh max brakes for 130$ Baugh maximum 20v impact wrench an driver for 140$ was on sale plus a clearance item, got copper paste, brake cleaner, slide pin lube and new rubbers for about 50 in total. And I still have almost half the money left from the 600$ they quoted. Plus power tools.
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zconiglietti wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 8:58 am
Sry igarage but ur expensive a lot. got quoted 600$/900$ full brake service. Non-oem and oem respectively.
Baugh max brakes for 130$ Baugh maximum 20v impact wrench an driver for 140$ was on sale plus a clearance item, got copper paste, brake cleaner, slide pin lube and new rubbers for about 50 in total. And I still have almost half the money left from the 600$ they quoted. Plus power tools.
so you want a shop with all it's overhead and people to pay to do your brakes for a similar cost to doing it yourself?
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aubgray1 wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 9:24 am
so you want a shop with all it's overhead and people to pay to do your brakes for a similar cost to doing it yourself?
If it is only replacing the pads then 600 is on the expensive side.
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zconiglietti wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 8:58 am
Sry igarage but ur expensive a lot. got quoted 600$/900$ full brake service. Non-oem and oem respectively.
Baugh max brakes for 130$ Baugh maximum 20v impact wrench an driver for 140$ was on sale plus a clearance item, got copper paste, brake cleaner, slide pin lube and new rubbers for about 50 in total. And I still have almost half the money left from the 600$ they quoted. Plus power tools.
What lube dud u use and what does igarage use? Beware of some permatex Canadian tire lube as some people has noticed it does swell up rubber/plastic......
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LoveRFD wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 9:28 am
If it is only replacing the pads then 600 is on the expensive side.
Just pads?
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qaz393 wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 9:30 am
Just pads?
He said he bought the parts for 130so I assume it is just pads
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If you can do all (DIY), why bother with iGarage? Yes, $600 is expensive unless your car is highend.
zconiglietti wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 8:58 am
Sry igarage but ur expensive a lot. got quoted 600$/900$ full brake service. Non-oem and oem respectively.
Baugh max brakes for 130$ Baugh maximum 20v impact wrench an driver for 140$ was on sale plus a clearance item, got copper paste, brake cleaner, slide pin lube and new rubbers for about 50 in total. And I still have almost half the money left from the 600$ they quoted. Plus power tools.
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LoveRFD wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 9:28 am
If it is only replacing the pads then 600 is on the expensive side.
could be but we don't know that. also i forgot this is RFD where shops pay customers to do work on their cars :)
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LoveRFD wrote:
Aug 27th, 2017 9:31 am
He said he bought the parts for 130so I assume it is just pads
Pads alone is 130?? That's like an arm and leg......
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Prices probably rose since then but a few years back (like 3ish) when I used iGarage for rotors/pads on my old A4 they quoted me $450 all sides. Was with centric rotors and textar padd if memory serves.

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