how much is the shop rate for this job anyone know? dealer or indy. so I can bask in pride LOL
I can't imagine new rotors and bearings being less than $600 but I dunno. Either way you saved money and ensured it was done correctly. My bearings had been serviced by Lexus at about 90k miles and the driver side nut was hand tight and both sides had chisel marks where the tech didn't even use a hub socket to loosen or tighten them....that's some bulls***.
Jobs like this it's way better to take the time and follow the FSM because most of the time a shop is just racing through the job cutting corners to maximize profit and still charges you insane prices.