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Lightbulb Labor TIME/RATE re-curve entrydoor

Due to a "ForcedEntry" on my (76 Argosy) motorhome entry door, I need to figure the hours needed to re-curve the door and install a new lock assembly. Not to mention the stretching of the doorframe to get the fittment back to specs. Finding a used door that's not "squeezed" at the latching area is next to impossible. The insurance company wants to write it off as a total if a new door is needed. A
Madny help will be appreciated. Thanks! JOEY
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