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Rear Disc brake conversion for 1998 2500 4x4

From : r

Q: i worked for blue cross for about three years once and let me tell you the cost of health care has absolutely no relationship to the insurance premiums charged. its legalized extortion; like dealing with the mob... companies like blue cross piss money like it was water. they are non-profit so they have to make sure they dont show any profit every year; as a result you should see where they squander their booty they also invest in lost cause enterprises which are guaranteed money losers; thats not by accident either. .

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From : ray m

maybe i was reading old posts. any other source besides egr.com i think $2000 is a little steep. who said $2k its $995 .

From : tom lawrence

maybe i was reading old posts. could be. i think it was $2k when it was first announced but ive got a kit installed on my 99 and i can tell you i paid $995 for it. another company tsm manufacturing http//www.tsmmfg.com offers a kit for $400 not including calipers. $550 gets you the kit with calipers and flex lines no parking brake. $750 gets you a complete kit with parking brakes. .

From : r

in a post i made regarding my deciding to go with 4.7l or hemi 2003 ram i received several emails saying to never buy a new model/generation engine. assuming you would inn effect be a guinea pig for all the problems the new engine will need twekaed. is this a myth i would suspect it makes some sense logically. i bought the hemi without considering this fact. love it...... so far ;^ is there anyone who has put a lot of miles on their hemi yet todd i would not want to buy a new product untested in real use. also i have a problem with high horsepower/volume ratio engines which i suspect have a smaller expected lifetime. i .