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Old 07 Aug 2007, 04:58 am
Scott C
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Default Re: 2000 Honda CRV time to replace?

Get on the Internet - buy the parts you need at 1/2 the dealer cost, get a
general Honda mechanic to install them at 1/2 the dealer cost - and you are
set. I have been doing this the my Volvo and BMW for some time, and even my
son's VW - it's a great way to go. BMA Auto - http://www.bmaparts.com/
delivers parts overnight, good prices.. and get to know a local (within 10
miles of you) mechanic and you are set for a win-win !

sc

<wf3h@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:m1ccb3theg3g9adpd9vdpsim00spmfkvds@4ax.com...
> OK here's the siuation.
>
> I have a 2000 Honda CRV with 150K miles on it. It's been GREAT with NO
> maintenance beyond oil change, etc.
>
> However, it now needs new struts, shocks, alignment, and tires to the
> tune of $800.
>
> Is it worth it? Anything else gonna go wrong in the near future? How's
> the tranny gonna hold up at this age? Or is it time to give it up and
> look at a replacement?
>
> I drive about 30 miles each way to work...and occasionally a 500 mile
> round trip from Dallas to Houston...
>
> comments?
>
> Thanks everyone!
>



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