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    Labor cost to replace axles

    Hi all,
    Trying to figure out what would be a fair price for changing out both axles on my 2018 Imagine 2600RB. To those of you who may have had it done what was the labor cost? Thanks

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    Your request is a little incomplete. If you have what are called completes, which is grease cap to grease cap - meaning all new brakes and bearings - that's a matter of cutting and reconnecting 4 wires, R&R 4 wheels, and removing 16 nuts to hang them. Now if you're just getting bare axles, that's a lot more work. Put springs and shackles and wet bolts into the mix it gets more... Figure the former in $500 territory for labor, and the latter north of $1K. Call a local trailer shop, not an RV dealer, and get some numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geotex1 View Post
    Your request is a little incomplete. If you have what are called completes, which is grease cap to grease cap - meaning all new brakes and bearings - that's a matter of cutting and reconnecting 4 wires, R&R 4 wheels, and removing 16 nuts to hang them. Now if you're just getting bare axles, that's a lot more work. Put springs and shackles and wet bolts into the mix it gets more... Figure the former in $500 territory for labor, and the latter north of $1K. Call a local trailer shop, not an RV dealer, and get some numbers.
    Yes you're right. It would be complete with brakes, drums, springs etc. Thank you.

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