Hey all, just dropped nearly a grand on parts for the truck, general maintanece stuff mostly, including new front rotors and bearings for the front hubs. Im looking at roughly 400-500 bucks for the dealership to swap out these parts for me, and im kinda flinching at this prospect. im a pretty experienced wrench spinner, but ive never done this job before. Yall think its something an ex corvette tech could handle in his driveway with hand tools? are there any special tools i might not have? any voodoo dances or chants i need to know? or do yall think i should just cowboy up and pay the dealership to do the work for me and get the warranty on the work, and not go through the headache. ive already got one car in the driveway that i started working on, and my parents might be a bit pissed if i start another one i cant finish. If its something relatively simple that can get done in a saturday, im game, but if its longer than that, or harder than setting up a rear end, i think i might just drop it off and let someone else take care of it.