Updated: 1993 Honda Civic - Crack in CV Boots

A while ago I had problems with my boots being torn in my cv struts, and you guys have all been very helpful who gave me great feedback. Yesterday I seen this very cool guy who had me return the CV Joint
Boots I had bought for $35 dollars at autozone, and I bought the front left/right side entire shaft and replaced both sides.
It only costed $60 for each side, with a turntable core of $40... so in end it only costed me $40 dollars for the entire parts, which actually is only $5 more then what the boots costed. How stupid is that? of course because the boots are included on the cv's anyways.
So, in end it costed me $40 for parts, and $60 for labor (30 for each one) with a total of $100
Thank you Michael Pardee, TeGGeR and everyone else.
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