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Yup, I hear you! Every time I look at my Burb, I see all the poorly installed parts that I'm going to have to take a lot of time to put right, and the reason I took it to the collision repair shop I used, was that they were more reputable and skilled than several other shops I could have gone to. The only good thing, is they wasted Allstate's money instead of mine.... Several guys who work there have older GM trucks including some 400s. I expected better....Ordered rotors, pads, wheel seals. Got calipers local because of the core charges. Went to install it all today an got hit with a big surprise. The PO put LD spindles on it an just jammed the rotors on with the nut backwards so they could get a cotter pin in it. Probably pretty lucky with what little we drove it there wasn't a major issue since it was only running on the outer bearing.
So now I gotta order spindles and new bearings. Probably going to do new upper arms an the dr side lower since all the boots are trashed but they only replaced 1 arm.
This "good deal" isnt so good anymore. I hate people....