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I’m sorry, but there seems to be two totally different schools of thought on damage repair. First in, last out, is a great way to trap metal, making the repair process that much more difficult. ... Lost me the moment we started talking about that, because I repair some pretty horrible stuff to metal finished perfection in restoration, and the last thing I’m going to to do is give myself more work.
Great video! Our class watched this in Auto Collision up at the community college I go to I'm a junior in highschool thank you so much for the info! I'm just rewatching this to help me out a little bit
Awesome, I am glad you found this useful. Have you visited my website? There are more lessons there. http://CollisionBlast.com/safety. Just click on the topic you want to learn more about. Thanks for watching.
Thetrucky69,"late for their knitting class".Lol and roll on the floor.You rock dude.killer videos by the way.I was auto repair mech. for 30 years and never got into body/paint and now that I'm retired got lot's of time to,bit by bit, fix up and improve and customize my '88 Toyota2.4L Carb'd base p/u.Hate to admit it but 2 years ago I let a GF drive it to the store and of course on way back she rear ended a car.Had insur. but w/o comprehensive so my truck wasn't fixed.Still got the hood held down w ratchet and strap,but it works.Now I can learn how to do all that correctly.Yahoo! Thanks again and as always,God Bless to all.
Thanks for making these videos and sharing this info, I enjoy watching these videos and learning from it. I'm looking into making a career change from my current job into becoming a Collision Repair Tech. Your videos have confirmed my thoughts on making the change to this trade.
+Jax Diaz Thanks for watching. I do have additional information you may find useful at http://www.collisionblast.com/dent-repair/ There are also other lessons over paint guns adjustment, welding, etc. you may find helpful.
Remove it bag it and have it thanks for all of the tips I just bought myself a 73 Dodge Dart I am going to do my best to restore it myself ever restored a vehicle before so this is all great information most of it sounds like common sense.
comments below reflect as to why most men out there are so useless and pay another to do what they can't be bothered. It's the bloody attitude and laziness and impatience. Also if you don't like the intro there is such thing as fast forward or skip you dumb asses. At least that much you should know.
Can I send you a Damage Photo for some advice....A 36" Cargo Door on a RV that Id like to learn how to repairs...maybe 80% would make me happy :) have done wood repair and woodworking for years. I believe its Aluminum beauty Panel over another Aluminum 1 1/4" Box Frame with both pieces attached with Double Faced Automotive Adhesive Tape. So I can learn with advise :)...ed hass reno, nevada
Very pleasant video to listen to! Unlike many videos or tutorials, you start from basics without jumping into terminology that people might not be aware of, and not using jargon without explaining what it means. You really give confidence to the listener both about yourself and the listener's capability. As others have said, it's not really a video, but that isn't the end of the world. Your pictures are (mostly) very relevant! Although talking about dating and lightning is perhaps a bit to much of a detour for my liking :-p both you and the listeners are often busy people! But like many, I'm sure, I'm very grateful for the time you invested in making this tutorial. I will definitely be looking out for any more that you make.
Stellar. I'm lookin at a dent on hatch back...Kia Sorrento,,,2013. Trying to avoid that body shop. Desperate, actually...Any help is appreciated. I'm quite capable of handling the deal once I'm lined out. Mechanically inclined and have the tools in garage. Handy dandy chicola is ready!
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