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Old 01-15-2008, 05:12 PM
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No iam not saying your cheap iam just saying as you get larger you can keep your prices close to the same but be more profitable. Like i charge $35 for less than 5k well your price might be 40 so thats great your inline. mike i know you know what your doing from previous conversations. I need the money dont want to sell it i wanted to keep it for a race trailer for the go carts or for my old car but its to nice to let it sit I am changing alot at work i am trying to consolidate crews to help lower overhead.
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Old 01-15-2008, 05:13 PM
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I make about $50/hr before expenses, but would like to see that increase to about $60/hour this year. I underbid two large jobs last year, and ended up kicking myself for it. Oh well, I guess you learn from your mistakes.

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