How much does a MOT shop charge for...

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How much does a MOT shop charge for...

Post by Charlied »

programming channels on an MT1000?
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Post by RocketNJ »

Kind of like asking "How much is a gallon of gas?"

Shops in different geographical areas charge different rates. Best bet is to get out the yellow pages and call some of your local shops.

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It all depends on their policy. For example, one local shop here will do it on a per radio basis, and another one wants a minimum one hour of labor for programming!

If your not rich, :lol: , try hollering for help here. There must be other Batboard members in your area with a RIB and RSS for it. If i was closer i would offer, but the cost of shipping the radio back and forth doesn't really make it any cheaper, though it would probably be cheaper than most Moto shops charge these days.
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I can do it...

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SHAMELESS PLUG ALERT.

If there are no other defects with the radio, I can give it a program/checkout for a flat $30, return shipping via priority mail included.

PM me if you want to set something up.
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kc7gr wrote:SHAMELESS PLUG ALERT.
:lol:
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kb0nly wrote:
kc7gr wrote:SHAMELESS PLUG ALERT.
:lol:
I'll see that hyphen, and raise you two semicolons and a splat!

; ; *

There! Match THAT! ;-)
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Alright i surrender! :P
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PM Sent
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Station House Products wrote:PM Sent
If that PM was meant for me, I never received it. Try again?
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Sorry Bruce. It was meant for Chrlied.
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