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Can anyone give me any ball park figures on a trany swap for a '92, 164? I'll be supplying the trany (a good one I hope) so baring unfor seen complications...should be just bolt off-bolt on, I hope!!! LOL
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Can anyone give me any ball park figures on a trany swap for a '92, 164? I'll be supplying the trany (a good one I hope) so baring unfor seen complications...should be just bolt off-bolt on, I hope!!! LOL
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Paul
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It's about 5-6 hr job if you know what your doing.

I'd charge around $450+ for the work.
 

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Thats about where i would put it based on what i paid for a clutch job. The mechanic being familiar with the car as well.
 

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Agree there too, but first job is to find a mechanic who will do it for a fair price, around $450.00, second job is too find one who will do it in a acceptable time frame, they are getting far and few between.....

Most mechanic shops in Australia are charging around $100.00 per hour labour now, some of the ritzy titzy specialists $130.00
 

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I am cheap at $80 per hr. If you have an attitude it's 90 per hour and if you bring your own parts, it's 125 per hour! ;) haha kidding.
 

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About $85 per hour for the guy i used. 2 bay wide place. Low overhead!

Bringing parts, most guys tell you where to stick them. :frown2:
 

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Low overhead? He didn't use a lift? ciao jc 200 Euro here if it's cash. Double if there is a paper trail so 225 or 450 USD
 
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