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  • #16
    Good luck

    & be careful


    • #17
      hey metalcrafter be careful on these type jobs you can go under in a hurry
      i agree with mmw, be sure you and the owner of these boxes are on the same page as far as how the repairs are to be done, with the price of metal these days it will not take much on these boxes to meet your $500 price and you hae not even started working on them yet, once you start you seem to find more problems as you go, especially on the doors in the back, sagging, hinges broke etc.
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      • #18
        At my work when the wood bin (40 yard) gets full of pallets, a labourer runs a CAT 320 excavator over to it and starts crushing the wood to make more room. Being a repair person and watching this makes me cringe. I've seen some pretty severe damage happen to roll offs in a short period of time, peanuts compared to the time it would take to fix the damage.

        Take the time to think through each repair, and as mentioned, make sure you are on the same page as the owner.

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        • #19
          Will do Gents!!!! I will be carefull.