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    Alright fellas

    Anyone with any experience of roughly what it would cost to get both rear arches and lower corners of the rear quarters behind the rear wheels welded?

    Got some tin rot, I can source some spare metal for the rear corners and arches themselves, but not sure what sort of figure I would expect to part with for labour cost for the welding for a job of that size.

    Anyone had those areas done who might be able to shed some light? Or want some work?!

    Thanks
    Owen

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    Originally posted by pyemaster View Post
    Alright fellas

    Anyone with any experience of roughly what it would cost to get both rear arches and lower corners of the rear quarters behind the rear wheels welded?

    Got some tin rot, I can source some spare metal for the rear corners and arches themselves, but not sure what sort of figure I would expect to part with for labour cost for the welding for a job of that size.

    Anyone had those areas done who might be able to shed some light? Or want some work?!

    Thanks
    Owen
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    • #3
      Thanks but Tony doesn't do welding on the bodywork, anyone else had that work done or have an idea of what I might expect to part with?

      Owen

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      • #4
        Welding is not cheap especially if it's external and needs to match pannels.
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        • #5
          Yeah I was expecting it to cost a bit, just thought it might be worth testing the water from those guys on the forum who've had those areas done before so I know when I'm getting quotes whether I'm being ripped off..

          Owen

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          • #6
            Originally posted by pyemaster View Post
            Yeah I was expecting it to cost a bit, just thought it might be worth testing the water from those guys on the forum who've had those areas done before so I know when I'm getting quotes whether I'm being ripped off..

            Owen
            Hello mate got a shock last year at mot nearside rear arch rotted away behind arch extension went to local Toyota dealers for a quote expecting a telephone number, more than surprised 290.00 for new rear quarter fitted and painted well pleased, lovely job as well.
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            • #7
              I think that such work should not be expensive, because it will take a little time to process the behind arch, besides you have metal, which means it will come out even cheaper. Last year I turned to the guys with a case so that they fixed some of the metal gates for me, but I did not have iron for this. I thought that it would take all my stocks of money, but I was lucky that I turned to the right guys prowelderguide.com. They helped me do everything economically and that’s why I could afford it all, and it’s also profitable
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                  • #10
                    Welder is a very relevant profession at the moment, and I think that this will be the case for the next few decades. I became a welder not so long ago and I enjoy my work, for me it is a very relaxing and creative task. In addition, I feel very confident after every working day. My friend is also currently taking courses and learning more about the welder's profession. He has even considered switching from his usual job as a longshoreman to a welder, even though it seems like a tedious job. So it can be good for him
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