He played Lights Out last year, and will be one of our best lockdown secondary defenders this year. Look at the Defensive stats. 38 tackles, 11 pass breakups, and the game-winning Pick 6 against Copper.
As opposed to the east-coast ESPN hacks who don't have a clue as to what's really going on, not only with Utah, but the other PAC-12 schools. But they'll write plenty about it anyway, as if they know what they're talking about.
Is this the year they put it all together and challenge for the Pac-12 south? Maybe. Maybe not.
There is plenty of returning talent but Travis Wilson has had an up-and-down career and the Utes offense in general has not been potent enough in the past. Devontae Booker might be the answer. He could just as easily not be enough.
the cylinder head is basically the top of the engine block separated from the rest by the head gasket. If the head needs replacing its because its warped or something? What caused the car to break down? Warping or cracking would be caused from severe overheating for which there could be other symptoms that may not appear until engine is reassembled. So beware there could be other costs after the head is replaced.
I would still lean toward a completely rebuilt engine ... $2300 sounds pricey to me just for the head and replacing the gasket, but then again, you are at a stealership. Some people have named other mechanics, perhaps you could call them and ask what they'd charge for
1) replacement head and labor
2) labor for rebuilt engine swap
3) helping you find a rebuilt engine and ballpark cost for same
Checking around some parts houses a cylinder head can be obtained for a 4.7L 8 for around $500, gasket $100. Might need bolts and other stuff, say $100. So they are charging you $1600 labor.
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