Interesting trick. Did you use this one, LOL!Heck, if there's no crease, you could give the hair dryer trick a try.
When I dented the GTX on the garage door frame, I was amazed at how much of it came back out
simply by using my wife's hair dryer on it - to the point that if it hadn't had a crease, it would have
all come back out, using the relatively low heat of the dryer plus a little encouragement from behind
Nope, just a regular ol' hair dryer. Here's the original thread on when it happened:Interesting trick. Did you use this one, LOL!
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I have an old Millermatic 200 that I got good with but man, it's been awhile since using it with any regularity. These days I need to practice a bit before doing any welding to make sure I can still do it lol. I know I'm a bit more shaky these days and that doesn't seem to help much....that doesn't look like fun at all lol
paint & body is one of the areas where I haven't had much practice to get good at yet but throw a nice 220 gas mig in my hand and I can run a bead like no tomorrow
I believe Wayne will get her all sorted out like it never happened though
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Did you get the first 1/2 over on Dodge Charger . com.. if not you have more for your insomnia tomorrow! LOLI binge read through the entire thread last night, well done sir! (except for the heater hoses not being crossed, lol)
My condolences for the loss of your daughter, she was a lovely young lady.
Don’t sweat the ding in your fender, a good PDR guy can easily massage that right out.
Did you get the first 1/2 over on Dodge Charger . com.. if not you have more for your insomnia tomorrow! LOL
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