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EXTREMELY LARGE Dent Repair on a Dodge Ram Pick Up | Paintless Dent Removal Process

Old 01-10-19, 02:20 PM
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Default EXTREMELY LARGE Dent Repair on a Dodge Ram Pick Up | Paintless Dent Removal Process

nothing to do with this guy, just thought this was great....never knew it was possible to remove such a large dent.

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Old 01-11-19, 02:51 AM
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Really great job, definitely an art this, not anyone can do it. What amazes me is how pliable the paint is, no chips or cracks, nothing.
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knock on wood my 2007 BMW 335i purchased new has only one unnoticeable ding from a d*** acorn on the roof. But, it has had 2 PDRs. When it was new, I freaked the **** out when it got its first ding, simply because I always to this day curb the car. PDR actually was a miracle. The first one was on the pass door no trace when done. The second one? It was in the no zone. It was on the lower left edge, corner, of the driver front door. Normally there is a region such as on a crease or close to an edge, which cannot be repaired. I talked to the tech and he stated BMW metal is excellent, it has a memory and is very easy to fix. Not so with Asian cars. He didn't say and I didn't think of asking about American cars because I didn't have one at the time. He was gonna run me over to the shop where they do the work to show me the special lights and tools but was told he wasn't allowed. I actually tried to PDR my Maxima myself, it did not work (not only could I not push the ding out when the tool was there, but it cracked the paint). So there is skill behind it.
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Guy's got mad skills.
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Old 01-12-19, 08:08 PM
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It really is amazing. The guy that I use loves to tackle big jobs like that other people won't do and push the envelope with what can be done with PDR, he travels all over the place and trains, etc. He's done some amazing things...

Check out this job he did, not perfect but a huge improvement:

Another good one:

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