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Getting a frame welded?

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I am planning on building a 6 1/2 x 12 house. Does anybody have a ballpark figure of what it will cost to have a frame with crank wheels welded. If so, who did the work? I live in the NW metro area. Thanks.

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email me at troymiles@hotmail.com....I email you the information

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You can probably get one anywhere from $650 to $1100 it all depends on how nice of a frame you want.

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Willy,
Where can you get one for $650? I've never seen one for less than $950, And it was a piece of junk!

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Ya $650 to $1100 is a good figure. I personally havnt seen any for 650 but its possible. It all depends on if you want suspension or not and have well you want them built. I talked to alot of different manufactures and they all say theres is the best and the strongest. But me and my buddy decided to build one ourselves so we know how its built. Gonna probably have around $400 in it by the time were done.

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