06 RCSB bagged bodied billets

Tukn4s

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Made a ton of headway over the 3 day weekend. Planning to deliver the truck back to the owner at scrapin the coast.
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James

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Brett,

What's typical job like this cost on the average? To bag a truck? one day when I decide to go that route, although reputable builders around me, I would love to get you to work on what I do.

Flawless work, time and precision. knocking it out the park.
 

Tukn4s

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Brett,

What's typical job like this cost on the average? To bag a truck? one day when I decide to go that route, although reputable builders around me, I would love to get you to work on what I do.

Flawless work, time and precision. knocking it out the park.
Bagging a truck is usually around $3000-5000 in labor depending on the vehicle and the owner's wants.

Step up to bodydropping and the price goes up to between 6000-8000 in labor.

I also do pricing on the basis of the vehicle too. If I really want to build it, I don't charge as much.

It's still a labor of love for me right now. It doesn't put the food on my plate or the roof over my head.


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Update time:

Stephen has the truck in his possession and after some back and worth with a small wiring gremlin I finally figured it out and traced it back to the CD player that he had installed getting its ignition signal from the fuse that supplies the transmission voltage. It was robbing to much juice and leaving the transmission in limp mode.

He has it back and is driving it and ready to put his touches to the interior and exterior finally. He says will get back to posting on here soon

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