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4 years 3 months ago #3463 by David
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Thanks Brad, I think I pay about 750.00 for shrink wrap. I haven't got my bill yet. But maybe it could turn into a retirement income :idea:

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4 years 3 months ago #3467 by iproff
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David wrote: Thanks Brad, I think I pay about 750.00 for shrink wrap. I haven't got my bill yet. But maybe it could turn into a retirement income :idea:

I hope not that much our marine charges 12.00 a foot and 125.00 to winterize and check drive oils.

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4 years 3 months ago #3468 by David
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iproff wrote:

David wrote: Thanks Brad, I think I pay about 750.00 for shrink wrap. I haven't got my bill yet. But maybe it could turn into a retirement income :idea:

I hope not that much our marine charges 12.00 a foot and 125.00 to winterize and check drive oils.

Ken


I use Genuine Marine for my winterizing, he charges me 120.00 for each engine (5.7) which includes oil change and drive oil change. Fluids are extra of course. $90.00 for the water and A/C. I will have to check the sq ft cost on the shrink wrap.

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