Tow truck

Does anyone on here know how much it should cost to put on an electric pto pump to a tow truck , ? I have a 1974 Chevy 350 small block motor , I need the pto pump that works the wheel lift just hooked back up I have all the pieces . Took it to a shop waiting on price he said 300-425$ and it would take him a week , the pump is on the side of motor . It looks pretty easy to do , I just need someone to tell me is that an honest and fair price , I was thinking like 200 bucks

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Depends on where the work is done.

Here it's 200 bucks to just drive in and out of most shops. In San Francisco, nearly double that. If easy to do, that means we do it ourselves. With the Internet I find a lot of parts online.

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Tow truck

200 to get it looked at ?

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200 to get it in and out of the service bay.

I don't want to draw this out but service here is expensive and even more so in San Francisco so a look does not involve the tech or mechanic's time so that's a service advisor that gives estimates.

Any small work and it seems like you can count on 200 for the bill or more.

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