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Techniques for Big Dents


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Guest msteurs

Hey guys,

Since 1997 we are active in PDR in Belgium, having a large experience in repairing small dents up to 3 cm diameter. We are now doing a research to find the best techniques on the market for repairing larger dents, up to 5 or 6 cm diameter, or even more.

What experience do you guys have ? Can you suggest me certain techniques ? Or can you refer me to specialized websites which treat about this topic ?

Thanks for sharing your experiences !

Good luck with your business !

Maarten Steurs

Project Manager VAB

Belgium

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Guest Kokomo Tint & Dent

when I start a big dent I'll try to get it to flop out by pushing on it with your hand or fist if you can get good access. A good suction cup can pull out some dents where the metal isn't real tight and stiff. Glue pullers help to pull the depth out too. I do all that I can before I start picking on a big dent so I don't leave pecks on the panel. If there is a raised spot around the dent tap that down first and that will relieve some stress on the dent.

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