FREE access to training at http://CollisionBlast.com - In this video we have some DIY tips for repairing fender damage with minimal tools. In fact, we are just using a hammer and dolly and a slapping file. This is the next steps to repairing the Acura Integra project.
The damage was on the fender edge, which can be difficult to repair. However, these few steps will help you perform this type of dent repair.
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Thanks, keep the awesome videos coming.
Do you have anything or plan on doing anything for if someone goes to far and needs to shrink the metal. Done it twice, once on the replacement door for the Honda and also the hood on the plow truck. Not sure if the hood was caused by someones kids thinking it was a trampoline or if maybe I hurt it with over welding. Probably a little of both.
Cant stress how much the right tools always make the jobs so much easier.. Soon as I am back to work I will be investing into more body tools. Only have a few hammers and a few dollies
Thanks for the suggestion for a new video. That is a great idea. Large panels, such as hoods and roofs can be difficult to repair if they become stretched. The next time I have a panel that needs to be shrunk, I will create a video. Thanks for watching!
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