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Old 01-31-2013, 07:27 AM   #15
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Anyone have a range as to what it should cost to have the complete installation (coach and toad) done professionally?
Probably about $1,000.00.

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Old 01-31-2013, 08:50 AM   #16
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Deek is in the ballpark. It will vary by coach and toad to some degree. I just had the local AFO dealer move my system to our jeep. That did not involve the coach portion and the Wrangler has to be one of the easiest installs. The cost was $900, so a full install and a more complex toad would be any where from $1000-1200 I would guess.
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:17 AM   #17
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Very happy with AFO. Just moved it from our Pilot to our jeep. Easy hook up and disconnect. Nothing heavy to lug around or store, just a coiled air line and light breakaway cable.

I had it professionally installed.
Might you remember what it cost you to have it installed on both the toad and the coach? My dealer just quoted me $1800 (approx.)

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Anyone have a range as to what it should cost to have the complete installation (coach and toad) done professionally?

I was jusg quoted approx. $1800. complete.
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Stan, if you mean a complete AFO and installation $1800 is about right, perhaps more. My AFO was $1100 new two years ago. AFO install with light hookups was just under $600. This does not include baseplate or its install, nor does it include tax. Two years down the road it is likely a bit more now. Hope this helps.
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1800 including the cost of the system? That would make installation about 700.00?

I lived in Allentown for many years!
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1800 including the cost of the system? That would make installation about 700.00?

I lived in Allentown for many years!
Hello Corey...I just received my best quote for the installation of a Blueox base pate on the toad, b-Ox light kit, and air force one on both the RV and toad for a total of $2650 out the door. The baseplate and lighting install was previously quoted at $1010. Work will be done at All Seasons RV in Easton.

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