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I've had Eliminator do 2 for me to haul from Calif to Idaho, ...............one was a 210 Hallett the other was an 18 ft. Patterson wood decker. Bothe arrived in pristine condition,........................when I sold the Patterson, the guy that bought it was in Tennessee, I took it to Eliminator for the 2nd time, the guy said it arrived in great shape :D
 

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Yep, call the Eliminator Shop 951-943-4422. You'll prolly get connected to Fear. Not sure of the rate...seems like $10/ft or so...??
And it's $10 per square foot, not linear.;)
 

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Aww wish I had thought of calling Mario for it. Got it done at Eliminator. $25 a running foot.
 

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25 seems a little high, with the hauling I get boats done and most of the time it runs roughly 15 per foot., You can go to GT performance in upland, Gary Teaque and he will get it done.
 

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Originally posted by ChumpeChange;
And it's $10 per square foot, not linear.;)
No friggin way!! I had this Sanger cruiser done before transporting from Minnesota to California. It was $10.00 per lineal foot. Total of $210.00
If it were per square foot it would have been $2,400.00. I know things in SoCal are more expensive than the midwest, but....no way! Jocko
 

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Originally posted by ChumpeChange;
No friggin way!! I had this Sanger cruiser done before transporting from Minnesota to California. It was $10.00 per lineal foot. Total of $210.00
If it were per square foot it would have been $2,400.00. I know things in SoCal are more expensive than the midwest, but....no way! Jocko
My bad....I didn't see the word "shrink" and I was just thinking he was talking about vinyl wrapping for a new design.
 

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25 seems a little high, with the hauling I get boats done and most of the time it runs roughly 15 per foot., You can go to GT performance in upland, Gary Teaque and he will get it done.

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I agree with DRS and realistically $10 a linear foot is right on the money. I am going to buy the stuff and the heat gun so I can do it whenever I need to travel long distances.

Going long distances without it is just crazy especially if you get all that diesel sludge in your upholstery seams and stitching.

KAP
 
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