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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Dam,even if you used them,like you said,how the he!! are they good g to attach? might have to glass that to the door?







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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    If you glass all the way across to make your sealed part then put bolts thru there and attach to doors?




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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    he wanted to charge you 400-500$ for them ?!?!?!?!?!?! plus shipping??????????? my god thats insane for that work there. not even wrapped or finished. and hacked all to hell looks like theirs more bondo then resin on them, them things cant be lite lol



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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Well hell. thought I was gonna see some nice glass work.



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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    This guys a moron. Nothing is symmetrical? What the hell did he cut the holes with a fu<king hacksaw blade? I hope this isnt for SQ cause whatever that flap of shT is on the backside is gonna fu<k with backwaves. Looks worse than my first time glassing.



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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    dam all that bad feedback i would be mad too if that happen to me when paying that much of money




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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Wow ! You got Jacked you didnt get the bedliner



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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Use thick vinyl and a heat gun and you should be able to wrap them just fine. They look about halfway finished by my estimation. Nothing that some bondo, a dremmel, and plenty of sanding won't fix, but all stuff you'd expect to have done if you're actually paying money.

    I'd guess that this knuckle head simply doesn't know any better and got in way over his head promising work beyond the level of his skills.




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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Looks like he removed me from FB
    No more updates on murdapanels and murdadashes.

    Guess he had hard feelings after I spoke the truth on my situation. I'm sure he knew if he didn't send me a good product after 7 months I'm gonna warn all you guys. Psh, I'd hate for everyone to get screwed. But looks like he was well on his path of destruction.




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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    This is fuckin sad...





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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Yeah they look like they are about half way done and I'd say the $100 you have given him is fair for the work done. He should not have the nads to ask for another $2-300.




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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    This might be the wrong place to ask, but do people actually pay that much for molded panels? I've done lots of fiberglass before and I agree it's hard work, but 4-500??? That's crazy. I've done peoples kick panels for like $100 finished and painted to match. Maybe I should start posting pics and start doing these because at least I know my works clean and a lot better than some I've seen.




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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Quote Originally Posted by Synastr View Post
    This might be the wrong place to ask, but do people actually pay that much for molded panels? I've done lots of fiberglass before and I agree it's hard work, but 4-500??? That's crazy. I've done peoples kick panels for like $100 finished and painted to match. Maybe I should start posting pics and start doing these because at least I know my works clean and a lot better than some I've seen.
    400 bucks for a quality kick panel job is a good price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synastr View Post
    This might be the wrong place to ask, but do people actually pay that much for molded panels? I've done lots of fiberglass before and I agree it's hard work, but 4-500??? That's crazy. I've done peoples kick panels for like $100 finished and painted to match. Maybe I should start posting pics and start doing these because at least I know my works clean and a lot better than some I've seen.
    400 bucks for a quality kick panel job is a good price.



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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Wow, then I'll start building them. I've done quite a few.




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    Re: Gckless's Panels by 04Murdalanche

    Quote Originally Posted by Synastr View Post
    Wow, then I'll start building them. I've done quite a few.
    Post up your pics in the build log section. If you do good work and your first deal goes smooth on here you could have a decent side job.



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