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Old 12-20-2004, 07:07 PM
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roykuz - here are the numbers Roselle (708) 529-2442 Joliet (815) 727-1095
I havn't contacted them yet. I know someone on another board that had a car done in Roselle and he paid $600 to have it dipped and have the ospho applied. I have heard you can spend anywhere from that price up to $3000 depending on who does the work and what all you have done. Having them apply primer would cost more and some places do apply primer if you want. Some companys charge by the length of time the car is actually being dipped along with the size of the car.
I know that the problem cars are the unibody cars since everything is enclosed and there are more seams for the chemicals to stay and not drain out. I was wondering if anybody had a unibody car done and used a rotiserie afterwards to help drain some of the chemicals out?
Could the guys who have replied to this post about having their cars dipped tell me where and what kind of chemicals they used at the place they had it done at?
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