Vehicle in question is a 2006 Taurus, less than 60k, SE with a Vulcan V6
Been off the road since 9/18, it blew a brake line at the stop sign on the corner coming home from having it's tank filled, hasn't moved much since
With nothing but time on my hands these days, It's time it gets back on the road
I bought a battery, and installed it
Starts and moves just fine, you'll just be going for the parking brake to stop
-Dorman full stainless steel line kit
-Raybestos master cylinder
-All 4 rubber flex hoses
Screw in all new hard and soft lines, new M/C and bleed it out (That's it)
How many hours (hourly rates are regional) would you feel is appropriate for this work?
All bleeders are functional, I've soaked every union and fitting in Kroil (I'm nice like that
No machining, cleaning and lubing, or replacement of friction materials, as all were damm near new right before this all happened
And if they need anything, we can handle that
What say you?