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Old 01-09-2012, 09:48 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by ahicks View Post
My guess would be in the thousand dollar range as well. The bigger problem will be finding somebody to do it. Many/most body shops in our area couldn't even get it in their door. When I wanted to get the lower half of a coach painted last year I ended up doing it myself - in the driveway. That turned out really well, surprising me as much as anyone learning that's how it was done.

Unless they're really making you crazy, I might be tempted to just leave the spider cracks. They're not going to hurt anything. Boats have spider cracks like that and go for MANY years without further damage. It's nothing structural.
Well the truth is that they ( the spider cracks) are driving me crazy! The paint and finish on the rest of the rig is immaculate. So this really stands out to me and also everytime is see the cracks I just cringe!!!
And also I get upset everytime I see it because I am reminded that I am the knuclekhead that did the damage in the 1st place!
SO they must be fixed!

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Old 01-09-2012, 10:19 AM   #16
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Why not take it for an estimate, then decide if you should turn it into the insurance company. Repair shops many times give a better price if not dealing with insurance company.

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