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In addition to labor and the suspension kit, you also need to determine if your stock components are in good shape. Many suspension kits require reusing some stock fasteners, and if the A-arm bushings, steering tie-rod ends, and knuckle ball joints are worn, more cost can be added. We replaced our lower A-arm bushings, upper and lower ball joints, three of the four tie-rod ends, and the pitman arm with new Moog components. Total cost: $560.

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