183,300 Kilometers = 114k mi
https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details...dId=1555156900Needs clutch Needs windshield Hasnít been driven in roughly a month 5 speed manual Brakes just done Comes with 4 brand new never driven winter tires Comes with 4 used winter tires on rims Comes with 4 used summer tires on rims
My local Auto Zone store for $221.99 (limited lifetime warranty).
Ebay for $129.95 with free shipping.
Amazon for $103.97 with free delivery & free returns.
To say there are no aftermarket part for a Mirage is simply not true. You may not find as many choices as a Toyota Corolla or Honda Civic, but aftermarket parts for the Mirage exist for many things including clutch kits.
The same clutch kit for a 2017 Honda Fit is $219.99 @ Auto Zone. Seems to be about the same price to me.
Last edited by Mark; 03-13-2021 at 04:08 PM.
Well, work isn't able to source aftermarket drums for the 2015 cars. One out of town car that I never work on apparently needed drums, I probably have a set or two left in the bone yard but they're probably grooved. $350/piece from the dealer. Shoulda ordered a set from rock auto.
It'd probably be cheaper to buy a used complete trailing axle with brakes from a 2017 car then buy new more readily available and cheaper raybestos drums and shoes.
My mechanic has installed parts I bring in. That said, I have an established & good relationship, and I don't do it often.
I wonder if they prefer you order through them because of extra markup on the part prices?
It's usually more convenient to have a shop order parts. I wouldn't hesitate to walk into a shop with a handful of parts and ask them to install them.
I always often install parts for people who bring their own parts, though it's pretty annoying when you are halfway through a job and discover they supplied the wrong parts.