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estimated SAS cost?

how much on average are we talking about to cover a SAS if I take my time and buy the stuff myself? Is this something that I should take to a shop and have them do for me? thanks

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i wouldnt take it to a shop, id give a few of our local sas members a call. i have no clue on the price, maybe 4k

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<~~~~~~not when you pull in the cash like this Foo! I gotsa tha bling bling teefesy (A little Jamboree Humor There, for those who were sober enough to remember it)

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I was expecting to pay 4k when I was planning for the taco but found the runner for 3k with all the work done

If you want to get creative I got that fj80 front that would look bling under that red beast

Well talk more at the meeting... I still have a few parts that you might like that I need to unload

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<~~~~~~not when you pull in the cash like this Foo! I gotsa tha bling bling teefesy (A little Jamboree Humor There, for those who were sober enough to remember it)

Do tha counts da cos fo so gol teefussis? Dawg ne a leass tu.

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Check out the SAS section of hte natinoal board. They have afew parts lists with estimated prices. You are probably looking at $5K+.

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