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    That's my point,some of the time & materials has to be thought time.Especially jobs you have never done & will never do again.I have great customers as well.I don't do tractors for insatance,but for a great customer who knew my work in my former life as industrial troubleshooter he asked if i would do his economy tractor..turned into a fun project

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    How much should I charge?
    $160

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    Quote Originally Posted by T. Cotten View Post
    Nobody answered my last question, Folks.

    How much should I charge?

    ....Cotten

    Depends upon if you want him back for a repeat customer or not.

    Jerry

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    $160 sounds fair to me

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    Wow.

    I could almost make a living if everyone was as savvy as you Folks!

    So thanks, here's another clue: My Henrob Dillon Mark IV torch is indispensable!
    (One pro welder associate hates it.)

    ....Cotten
    PS: Duffey!
    I cut a float for an Economy auto once ('08 I think), and a Deere's that was just a Linkert with the notch for the lever on the bottom.
    But generally, farmers are just too frugal to support me.
    AMCA #776
    Dumpster Diver's Motto: Seek,... and Ye Shall Find!

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