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#283: 10-05-2012, 08:58 PM
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So I found out its going to cost roughly $1100 when all said and done to fix the center diff.

Problem is when should I tackle this. Most of me says to get it done ASAP just because I dont like problems in general. But money is not available at the moment.

But i might go to my bank and see if i can redo my loan and add that too it. It would only add like another $30 a month.
But I could possibly save up the money within a few months. But the problem with that is I would not leave any room for another potential emergency. And I dont like living paycheck to paycheck.

I would save up and sometime next spring/summer I would have enough saved as well as enough to get it fixed. Or I could try and redo my loan and that way ill have emergency money all while establishing credit.