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Old 12-24-2006, 01:15 PM   #1
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Default How to fix small dime (or smaller) size dents?

I have like 5 parking lot dings I want to fix. How would I go about getting those fixed?

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Old 12-24-2006, 01:29 PM   #2
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Default Re: How to fix small dime (or smaller) size dents? (m1ndless)

open phonebook
flip to bodyshops
pick up phone
dial number of shop
ask if they do paintless dent removal
make an appt
go to ATM
take out money
go to shop
leave car
go back to shop
pay for service
leave shop
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Nice...

I mean how much should I expect to pay for about 4-5 dents?
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50-125 per panel

if you have like 5 dings in 5 different location then it's will be expensive
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open phonebook
flip to bodyshops
pick up phone
dial number of shop
ask if they do paintless dent removal
make an appt
go to ATM
take out money
go to shop
leave car
go back to shop
pay for service
leave shop
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50 $ paintless dent removel
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DAMN! I have two on the back my trunk near lincense plate, one on driver side door, and two on passenger side door. I might just say screw it.
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open phonebook
flip to bodyshops
pick up phone
dial number of shop
ask if they do paintless dent removal
make an appt
go to ATM
take out money
go to shop
leave car
go back to shop
pay for service
leave shop
lol.....

simple..... that's the answer......

if you can't do it yourself.... then you must pay baby...ohhhhh yeahhhhh!!!!
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the dents arn't the problem some bondo and sand paper can get rid of the dents easily and cheap. its painting them thats the problem cause now you have to match/blend the areas which usually takes a pro and $$. You can save yourself some money if you know what your doing and do the body work yourself...i say just wait till you have the funds to get the whole car painted then get rid of the dings.
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