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DENT REPAIR WITH Q--VIDEO
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Very informative! Might have to get us a stud welder...looks like a must have tool for any shop!

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Scott great job as always. MIke
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Thanks again for a great video. Question, is there a short answer on when to use heat when working a panel? The book I have seems to imply that heat is the first step.
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Well Scott... great video! i knew from hearing, this type of work but never got the chance to see it... It's trully helpful man!! I dont have the machine to do that nail welds but i think i can figure something out in order not to drill holes in the skin...
Also impressive is this shrinking disk!! i dont know if i could find it here but maybe, if it's not that expensive, i can order one from USA... here we do the shirnking with a heat welder... Not too clean believe me...

Well Scott... as always, you techniques are awsome... Thanks very much! we keep in touch!!



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Scott

I have a dent in my front fender......but I don't want to cut the paint yet...car is still wearing original paint is there a way to pop it with out cracking the paint?

Ken

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whitesoc;12765 Wrote:Scott

I have a dent in my front fender......but I don't want to cut the paint yet...car is still wearing original paint is there a way to pop it with out cracking the paint?

Ken

Ken post a pic..Yes ,There are tools & techniques for pdr (paintless dent repair)

Scott


71_badmach;12683 Wrote:Thanks again for a great video. Question, is there a short answer on when to use heat when working a panel? The book I have seems to imply that heat is the first step.
My Pleasure Smile NO WAY ..you only use heat if required..Here's how you use the heat
http://www.myspace.com/video/95414785/sh...mo/2127550


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Amazing, here I was thinking you'd use a torch to make the metal easier to work... guess I better look at getting one of the discs!
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Thanks Scott

I'll take a picture when I'm near the car again.....I hate having it away for the winter!

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08 Bullitt 4.6-5 spd black/black int


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Hey Scott, do you have any videos on how to remove the Battery tray apron?
Thanks,


Qcode351mach;12601 Wrote:School's in session ENJOY Cool
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