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Talk about BAD LUCK. I spent a morning washing and waxing my car on saturday. (10-14-00 ),it looked great.So to show it off,We were going to do some shoping.Well on the way there I passed 2 damn semi trailers and 1 of them broke my windshield with a rock. I cursed them then thought, O well nothing i can do but get it replaced. So we went to Sam's Wholesale. Where there i found a front parking place, by a handicap spot, and I even parked on the inside line of it so I wouldnt get a door ding.So we went in the store and when i came out........Son of a bitch....... A shoping cart had hit the side of my door and was still sitting there. Sigh, I wont go on.

OK now back to the topic.

I called Doctor Ding to fix my door. 1 day, 2 days,5 days went by.So I thought to myself hey Im a HANDY MAN. So I unscrewed the door handle and the pull handle, then took off the door panel. It was a breeze. Rolled the ding right out.

Just to let you all know. The whole bottom of the doors have easy access to roll out your DINGS and DENTS to keep that new car look. Now all I need is a new windshield!

Thanks and remember. THERES GOOD AND BAD IN EVERYTHING YOU OWN. I just seem to do it better then others.
 

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How do you roll out a door ding (I know the basic mechanics behind the process)? What equipment do you need and is it tricky to get it completely smooth.?
 

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Re: I think it cost about $100

is300msm said:
I think it cost at least $100 to fix it
wtf is wrong with people like you? The guy damaged his car nearly two years ago, and i guarantee you its fixed by now, -_-' But you have the nerve to go searching through random threads, bringing back one which is two years old, for the sole purpose of increasing your post count by one? Go home, :evil:
 

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I've seen Dent Wizard work out a dent. It takes a subtle touch and patience. And of course the right tools. As long as the paint isn't broken they can take care of "most" mishaps.
 

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Re: I think it cost about $100

-Ronin- said:
is300msm said:
I think it cost at least $100 to fix it
wtf is wrong with people like you? The guy damaged his car nearly two years ago, and i guarantee you its fixed by now, -_-' But you have the nerve to go searching through random threads, bringing back one which is two years old, for the sole purpose of increasing your post count by one? Go home, :evil:
come again?
 
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