Now, now, do we have all of the facts here.
What did you ask for? Did you fit and drill all of the pieces or just take the kit to him and ask him to put
this on my Jeep? Where the carpets out? Did you take the seats out? Did you clean the frame for the
tie in? Was it a union shop? I know what union scale is for welders, I just did payroll when we laid off at
the end of the last job because the superintendent did not compute. Was he supposed to bolt
everything in and finish it up? How soon did you want it back? Just welding the front rollbar is nothing,
doing all of the fit and then a frame tie in too is a lot of work. I just paid $50 to have six 13/32" holes and
one 1-5/16" holes made in my winch bumper. The guy is a friend of mine too, I went to high school with
him. Shop labor is high.
A racer at the office builds complete rollbars. He did a Jeep for somebody, fully carpeted, full interior in
place and said it was a pain in the [email protected]
@. He had to cover everything with fire blankets.
Make sure you have it done by a good shop. Do overs aren't any good if you're not around.