ss rigging prices

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Who builds ss rigging that will last around crystal river fl? I dont mind traveling a few hours for a good job and price. My cage is in ruff shape but my seat stand is still in great shape. May only have a cage build right now.
I got a price of $1400 for pancake cage alone and $3200 for complete set. Is this a goid price? Is there anyone i should stay away from? Thanks for the help.

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The closest place I can think of is marine services in homosassa. Just north of the walmart, by cardinal rd. But there is a lot of choices fairly close. You have little john in Webster. You also have Corey Knapp in Webster. You have Ned in Inverness. That is a few I can think of off the top of my head.

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That 3200 is pretty close to a couple quotes I got..
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That 3200 is about right on I'm around 3500 for lycomings sets and alo title more for cont or car motors

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little john in webster.

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Poorboys is in the hatch, not too far from you and great work, only builds stainless


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Comanche-pup wrote:Poorboys is in the hatch, not too far from you and great work, only builds stainless


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Comanche-pup wrote:Poorboys is in the hatch, not too far from you and great work, only builds stainless


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Ive seen a lot of boats and looked at a lot of cages. Im a welder and im impressed by Little John. He does really nice work and his cages hold up very well. Ive seen lots of others im not too impressed by but id have him build my cage in a heart beat
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