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Old 01-11-2010, 05:48 PM   #1
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Hi all.

I'm looking for a referral for a reputable individual/company who does quality fiberglass repair work. I have a ding in the front section of my new Bigfoot and I would like to have it fixed.

Thanks for your help.
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Old 01-12-2010, 11:53 AM   #2
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Hi all.

I'm looking for a referral for a reputable individual/company who does quality fiberglass repair work. I have a ding in the front section of my new Bigfoot and I would like to have it fixed.

Thanks for your help.
Hi Jane,

I'm from NorCal so I don't know any specific shops. However, if I needed work done here in Santa Cruz I would call the best Surf Shop in town and ask them to recommend a glass shop. Another place would be a custom Hot Rod Shop. These places specialize in quality work and have all the tools. Some auto body shops also do fiber glass...

If the repair would be covered by insurance then your company should refer you to a good body shop.

Failing that - Tried the Yellow Pages?

Best of luck,
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Old 01-12-2010, 12:24 PM   #3
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You might check with your insurance co to see if they have a preferred hop. Even if it is not insured damage, they may be able to help. We had damage from a tree and our insurance co referred us to a company in the area that I believe will to outstanding (and warrantied) work. They specialize in RV body repair and do the big rigs as well as repair to local emergency vehicle, et.

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You might check with your insurance co to see if they have a preferred hop. Even if it is not insured damage, they may be able to help. We had damage from a tree and our insurance co referred us to a company in the area that I believe will to outstanding (and warrantied) work. They specialize in RV body repair and do the big rigs as well as repair to local emergency vehicle, et.

Good luck

Dave

I bought the trailer knowing that there was damage. It will result in any water incursion. I was able to negotiate a good price for the trailer, so now I just need to get it fixed.

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I bought the trailer knowing that there was damage. It will result in any water incursion. I was able to negotiate a good price for the trailer, so now I just need to get it fixed.
I didn't assume that i was an insured repair, only than the insurance companies have their "preferred" shops. I would not have found the shop that I am using without the referral from the insurance co. I hope I get it back soon. It has been 2 months.

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