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Old 07-18-2016, 03:16 PM   #1
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Body shop recommendations - Jacksonville FL area

I had my first mishap in my new 2016 Thor Hurricane RV. Carelessness on my part as backing in I got too close to a fence gate. I'm not a body repairmen but it looks like it should be a fairly easy repair.

Any recommendations for a body repair shop in the Jacksonville FL area?

Any guesses on about how much a repair should be? Will $500-$1000 cover it?
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No recommendation but this site has helped me find repair facilities when on the road. At least gives you a place to start.
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I would get some gorilla clear tape on the wound and protect it from the rain..Creative Coach was in that area and the previous owners of our coach had them do work on the MH.
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In JAX I would look for a fiberglass boat repair shop.
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