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RV Labor $$ #13570101 05/24/20 10:27 PM
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One company in Dickinson charges $135.00 an hr. Is this a standard figure in Texas?


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Re: RV Labor $$ [Re: V-Bottom] #13570804 05/25/20 05:00 PM
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I would call about 3 shops and ask their rates. But that seems about right now days.

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Think it is $120 here in Pittsburg.

Re: RV Labor $$ [Re: V-Bottom] #13577417 05/31/20 06:30 PM
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There is no standard rate anymore...it goes by zip code in labor guides becuase they look at cost of houses and what the income is in the zip code. And every shop sets there own labor rate and parts prices anyways so they all can be diffrent, some dont go buy the zip code labor rate.

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That's about right


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