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Default Need someone to rebuild my turbo

I need my .63 trim turbonetics rebuilt on the cheap. I have the rebuild kit already just need to have it put together..

If you know how Lmk by posting on here and leave a number so I can get ahold of you.. Please and thank you
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Good and bad things about rebuilding them yourself. good 1 yes the kits are cheaper than purchasing the new turbo or some used decent turbos. good 2 DIY is always labor cost effective and gives you a good feeling building one yourself. BAD 1 usually are destroyed when actually wanting a good load. bad 2 need to get the shaft balanced and make sure the shaft isnt janked. I suggest sending it to the manufacture and have them rebuild it with their parts and balancing it.
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how hard was it to rebuild yourself? im about to rebuild my t04e.
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