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      02-22-2009, 07:47 PM   #1
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Please help with advice and suggestions....

I have no freakin idea how this happend but i notices a dent in my left rear fender and its buging the hell out of me ... How can i get this dent removed with out haveing to resolve to drastic measures... If you are located around San Francisco area let me know if there is a really good shop that will remove this dent and wont cost me a lot of bank. Thank you in advance... Here is a picture of the dent its not big but its noticable...Im sooo mad, ugh
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      02-22-2009, 08:52 PM   #2
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No biggie? It looks huge. Might just be the picture. Dent wizard maybe?
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The pic could be a little better, but looking at it and comparing it to the metal garage latch in the background, it looks bigger than your common everyday "ding". It looks like it doesnt have any sharp points and seems flat enough to be no problem for general pdr work. Find a dent wizard or highly reputable pdr place and get it done. Looks pretty manageable, but I could be wrong.
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It does kinda looks bigger than it actually is, its a bit smaller than it looks. but i am in the process of trying to find someone that will be abel to get it out with our damaging the paint job thats my biggest concern of all...
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