riding once again
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: San Diego, CA
Bikes: '06 Cervelo R3, '05 Specialized Allez
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Are lots of neighbors going to follow suit and ask you for help? If so, start establishing a fair market price. You can discount for neighbors you're especially friendly with, but make it clear that you believe there is actual value to your efforts. If parts are worth, say, $40 (including parts you had on hand) and it really is a 5 hour job, then $100 certainly isn't unreasonable. That's $12/hour for labor. If this is a one off deal, then if it's a neighbor you're friendly with, I'd charge for parts, rounded up to some round number.
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