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    estimates for bidding

    Draw up estimates for bidding (on/for) door systems for transit cars and trains

    Hi,

    In the phrase above,
    I am wondering which preposition is appropriate to use, "on" or "for".

    or are they both usable?

    Thanks

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    Re: estimates for bidding

    I'd use for.

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    Re: estimates for bidding

    I'd use "on."

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