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    Re: what to charge a friend? (sorta a long read)

    thank you for all the eplies everybody. Its starting to help me come up with a ballpark figure in my head which is kinda what I was looking for. I think I will charge him $200 plus some suplies that I will need like pads and clay, maybe even some Nattys blue since his car is Black and I dont have any yet. I think I will go ahead and just go for a full correction if for nothing else than to hone my skills, I will look at it from a challenge standpoint and see how well I can do making a caddi look like a caddi should. Im gonna go with the M105/205 combo starting with a yellow CCS pad (that I need to buy since I dont have any yet) then work my way down to the M105 on the orange pad and yada yada yada.

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    Re: what to charge a friend? (sorta a long read)



    $200 plus cost' for supplies that will be used over & over, in order to "hone" your skills is, I think, a little steep in my opinion







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    Re: what to charge a friend? (sorta a long read)

    Quote Originally Posted by Chevyfanaddict View Post
    I think I will go ahead and just go for a full correction if for nothing else than to hone my skills, I will look at it from a challenge standpoint and see how well I can do making a caddi look like a caddi should
    That's what I like to hear, no half-assin.

    Be sure to do a thorough job taping up trim etc., it's well worth the effort.

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