Auto Collision-How To Repair A Dent Properly. Part 1

September 26, 2017 by Posted in: Auto Collision Repair



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  1. sam111880

    curious if you could do a video on not dent fixing but more structural damage fixing like how you fix body /chassis structures.
    Your dent fix videos almost make it seem like a person can do body fixing , hot rod restoration ,..etc But kind missing the other aspect of it all cross members , iron frames , the structural stuff that goes with the cool look of it.

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  3. Robert Presti Jr

    A car like that you could have used glue tabs and not gone through the epoxy  coat, or possibly even the color or clear. Filers are a last resort as they are prone to failure. fillers have a place in creating show cars that won't be exposed to the elements though.  An extra hour or two using the best methods possible  might eliminate doing the job over a second time.

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  4. Jack Johnson

    I wouldnt suggest people buy that drill through the metal dent puller when they can get a stud gun (the weld kind) with a slide hammer for pulling the dent, then you cut the stud off and then use the filler, no holes that way to weld up later!

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  5. boo boo

    Those dent pullers are cool and can still be purchased but are very expensive unless your going to use them a bunch. Pete was right ARC went out of business or was just purchased by AIM (American Innovative Manufacturing). Cheapest unit is $1775.00.

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