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Nanu/Nanu

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Posting for a friend. He needs his slide out awnings redone. Local RV mechanic/repair guy quoted him $750 for 3 slides 1 big and 2 smalls. Is this a reasonable price?

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monkeyswrench

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That's not bad, especially up here. I don't know how different they are than the roll out awnings, but lots of videos on youtube as far as how to replace the materials and wind the clock springs.
 

HB2Havasu

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For Parts and Labor that sounds legit!
 

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I did mine took a couple hours like $75 for the material. If yoiu count your own wages at 100/hr that would be 275 each so 750 sounds reasonable if you dont want to do it yourself. Anything longer than 8' and you need a second body to help feed the awning into the rail and roll.
 

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I havent had to do them but a few friends have and I think its pretty easy to dive into if you wanted to.
 

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I did the awning on my weekend warrior, was fairly easy. The awning material itself was $200 so if they are getting all 3 for that with labor i would jump on it.
 

LazyLavey

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Way too easy to pay somebody... (unless you're a baller)

 
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