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Old 08-24-05, 06:16 PM
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Does anyone have a recommendation of shop that does paintless dent removal in the Huntington Beach area?
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Old 08-24-05, 07:45 PM
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Look for a dent wizard i would suggest!

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Jeff from Hi Tech Paintless Dent Repair 714-960-3143. He is mobile.

Here is a recent thread:
https://www.clublexus.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=169318
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Old 08-25-05, 12:37 AM
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My buddy owns www.thedentspecialist.com and he will hook you up. Tell him Bryan with the GS sent you!
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i took mine to beach cities paintless dent removal. I'm in the huntington beach area. they are right on beach blvd in between warner and heil past the olive garden. here is their phone number 714 965-6943 and the address is 16861 beach blvd huntington beach ca 92647. they are mobile also. i was pleased with the job they did. had some door dings on my gs n now no more. a guy by the name of mark magill did my car. here is their website also. www.beachcitiespdr.com
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Originally Posted by Neo
Jeff from Hi Tech Paintless Dent Repair 714-960-3143. He is mobile.

Here is a recent thread:
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It's like a broken record bro..NO ONE searches anymore. It's gonna drive me insane!!!
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Old 08-26-05, 08:37 PM
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Well one of the reason people dont search is because I,We want CONVERSATION to be given and received about the questions/problems we are concerened about and so we can ask more DETAILED question about the subject.

And another reason is SOMETIMES when u use the SEARCH alot of things come up that arent prertaining to what u really need if u dont use the correct TERM. For example if i put "How to remove my shift bezel" in the search it may bring up 13 posts with only 2 saying anything about what i really need so I WILL POST A QUESTION and a mod will come in and list about 8 threads what the question was answered in because they might have put in the search "Bezel Removal"
so to sum it up these are SOME reasons I PERSONALLY KNOW why Sometimes i dont search and maybe other peoples reasons also! Maybe if there was a Thread or a STICKY that explained how to use the search...ok i know u put what u want to know in the box and press go but whats the best way to word it, detailed sentences, just the word or two ect...to better EXPLAIN.

Just my $0.02 take it or leave it!
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Old 08-29-05, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Alexus-Kia
Well one of the reason people dont search is because I,We want CONVERSATION to be given and received about the questions/problems we are concerened about and so we can ask more DETAILED question about the subject.

And another reason is SOMETIMES when u use the SEARCH alot of things come up that arent prertaining to what u really need if u dont use the correct TERM. For example if i put "How to remove my shift bezel" in the search it may bring up 13 posts with only 2 saying anything about what i really need so I WILL POST A QUESTION and a mod will come in and list about 8 threads what the question was answered in because they might have put in the search "Bezel Removal"
so to sum it up these are SOME reasons I PERSONALLY KNOW why Sometimes i dont search and maybe other peoples reasons also! Maybe if there was a Thread or a STICKY that explained how to use the search...ok i know u put what u want to know in the box and press go but whats the best way to word it, detailed sentences, just the word or two ect...to better EXPLAIN.

Just my $0.02 take it or leave it!
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1. None of the threads are purely informational, they ALL contain conversation and several bouts of questions and answers so that doesn't fly...

2. Narrow your search terms and actually LOOK for the information that pertains to your issue, it gets no easier than that. Putting in, "how do I remove my shift bezel" is too many words...narrow the terms. And if it brings up 13 posts so what?, read them all, you may learn something else you'll need to know, it's better than posting something that's been covered 100 times already and possibly annoying everyone that has to read through it.

You're making it as if searching is equivalent to brain surgery. Is it really that difficult where we need to have a CL seminar on how to search and find information???

Use as few words as possible, how much easier can it get?? Don't search using a sentence or a question, use "key" words...I can't believe it's THAT hard for you to find info on CL

Didn't any of you ever have to do research for a term paper or other school related project before? What did you do then? Ask the teacher what you should put in "your" research paper because you were too lazy to go to the library and read??!!
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Old 08-29-05, 07:11 PM
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Take it easy there. This is a new member that posted up a topic in need of help. Maybe he/she doesnt know how to use the search function yet. No need to scare him/her off now.
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Default Paintless Dent Removal Anyone?

I've got a couple small dents and a pretty decent sized dent on my SC300. I've decided to give my SC some love and get all the dents removed.

Does anyone know a great place, w/ awesome techs, and quality dent removal? Preferably around the 909/626 area, but anywhere near works too!

I know everyone loves pictures, so here is one.

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Old 07-07-07, 02:08 PM
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WOW!!! i need some paintless dent removal too!

I have a small quarter sized dent right on the edege of my tail light.

I have been so bussy, i never bother getting the info.

ANYONE? Lol
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My friend Steve does paintless dent removal.

AIM him at " TheDentSpec ".

Tell him Bryan with the 1st gen sent you and he will take care of you.

-Bryan
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Old 07-07-07, 08:42 PM
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have tried using the ding king?
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Old 07-08-07, 02:38 AM
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have tried using the ding king?
DO NOT USE THE DING KING! i have to go all caps cuz it's that bad.
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Old 07-08-07, 10:50 AM
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So to make a painfully long story short, I had my rear quarter panel dented by Mr. Tint (in temecula) ....(DONT EVER GO THERE) they denied they did it.....anyway I called out "Simply Dents" and that guy was amazing. He said normaly they drill a small hole in the door frame to fit their tool in and I was pretty leary about that so he said no problem and proceded to take the rear tail light out....that is a nightmere by the way....and fixed it that way. didnt even charge me extra. total cost for him to come to my house and fix 2 quarter size dings $80.00. Never knew they were there.I was so happy I just wrote the check for 100. 1-888-530-DENT
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