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You are right. I had way too much time for what i charged. But i like doing repairs like that. I know a lamp shop would have charged $3,000 easy. I prob had 20 hours total which should have been a thousand dollars but thats ok it will give me something to show my grand kids for the next 20 years. The electrician hanging it will prob charge more for the install job than i made and it better stay up this time...Bob
Been following your progress on this, you did a great job. Yep you could have surely made more money but sometimes I guess it's not always about the $$.
Bob Wright, Grandson of Tee Nee Boat Trailer Founder
Metal Master Fab Salem, Oh 44460
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