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Hey guys,

I've been in PDR for about a year now. Trained at DingKing in CA. What's the best way to gain experience -- storm chasing or working locally? I'm located in Oklahoma -- aka tornado alley.

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Hey guys,

I've been in PDR for about a year now.  Trained at DingKing in CA.  What's the best way to gain experience -- storm chasing or working locally?  I'm located in Oklahoma -- aka tornado alley.

[*]373298

try getting on at a local shop, train with them untill your confi-dent :bling enough then go on your own, at that point you can almost choose what you want to do. chase storms or grow roots in a town :bling

BTW how did you like dingking?

I graduated :bling at paint bull.

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TigerStripe, thanks for your reply. I really enjoyed DingKing and feel like I learned enough to succeed. I liked their support, and if I ever need tools, I can get them at a discount with them. I also learned leather dyeing and have used that method. I work in conjunction with a Benz/Hummer automotive shop right now, and would like to venture out on my own at some point. In the meantime, I need more PDR practice to stay good and sharp, and gain speed.

I'm glad I found this forum! Thanks again

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dude if you can do that benz metal you'll be alright -

what part of oklahoma?

if you dont have a family storm chasing is fun and you get to see the world - I stuck to tint because of my large family -

if your looking for work my buddy from just picked up some dealerships in ST. Louis today and is always looking for techs -just talked to him about 20 minutes ago

good luck :thumb

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dude if you can do that benz metal you'll be alright -

what part of oklahoma?

if you dont have a family storm chasing is fun and you get to see the world - I stuck to tint because of my large family -

if your looking for work my buddy from just picked up some dealerships in ST. Louis today and is always looking for techs -just talked to him about 20 minutes ago

good luck :lol6

[*]374527

I,m in Tulsa,Ok. I will keep that in mind workin on speed right know fast on small but slow on larger

dents

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Hey guys. New to PDR and this forum as well. I have 0 experience with PDR and I am looking to learn/ apprentice with someone in the Tulsa area. I ordered a starter set from A1 tools and I am ready to learn the trade. If anyone knows any contacts in the Tulsa area, please email me at markkcrane@hotmail.comqq - the qq. Thanks in advance. --mark

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Practice, practice, practice! I founded a bumper repair company before I started dabbling into Dentz and other repairs. Now with the addition of Paintless Dent Removal to my existing automotive appearance company, I have been able to offer things other dent guys can't. We're located in Ohio and for our customers, if the dent doesn't come out to their satisfaction we apply the money towards a traditional paint and body repair. Just something to think about. If you want more information on that sort of thing, visit our website: www.ultragloss.biz Ultragloss | Automotive Appearance Specialists!

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