a member here (can't remember his name) told me that it cost him $30. He said that it was a little cheaper because they were doing like 6 sets at once. So i'm sure if you can get some buddies to do it with you it would be around the same price if not cheaper
Sand them down first...not hard and costs $3 for a pack of sandpaper...doesn't take too long to sand a pair of tails, and will save you a decent bit of cash (id imagine $15 or so...depending on how much sanding has to be done.) BTW, candied euro tails look good...stock euro tails don't.
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