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    Exclamation So i fucked up and now I need a body shop

    So last night I clipped my car against a trucks front bumper ad I need to have a dent pulled.

    If I can go the paintless route, were is the best place to go?
    If I need to get said dent pulled and painted, where is best to go?

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    Originally posted by speedog
    So more beyond armchair activism at work again?

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    paintless, try tomcopdr here on the board.
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    if you are not in a rush, give TomCo a shout. I am not sure if he is doing the one offs, but it can't hurt to ask.
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    Tomco is busy at the moment. Please leave a message and he'll get back to you next month. *BEEEPPPP*

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    I've read Micropaint/Chippy Auto Appearance mentioned here before that do good work.

    --->http://www.micropaint.ca/locations.html

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    Originally posted by TYMSMNY
    Tomco is busy at the moment. Please leave a message and he'll get back to you next month. *BEEEPPPP*
    guys fucking good, course hes gonna be busy...

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    EcoDent on Edmonton Trail.

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    Thanks but I got this thing fixed months ago, wet to dent squad, was in and out the same day
    Originally posted by speedog
    So more beyond armchair activism at work again?

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    Glad you got it fixed up but tell us, how was your experience with dent squad? How did the repair turn out? Cost?

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    Err well cost, I think it was 400, as for the repair, unless you have ever done any bodywork, you'd never be able to tell the dent was there, not creases or noticeable deformations, just a slight line in the paint which has been heavily buffed. Unless you knew where to look, you'd never know. As for customer service, I thought it was good, only issue is that the sop is a bit off the beaten track haha
    Originally posted by speedog
    So more beyond armchair activism at work again?

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    Originally posted by MalibuStacy
    Err well cost, I think it was 400, as for the repair, unless you have ever done any bodywork, you'd never be able to tell the dent was there, not creases or noticeable deformations, just a slight line in the paint which has been heavily buffed. Unless you knew where to look, you'd never know. As for customer service, I thought it was good, only issue is that the sop is a bit off the beaten track haha
    if you ever wanted to get that line out, shine revolution can help by applying clear coat on to it. Since that spot is heavily buffed which means factory clear coat on it has heavily reduced.
    here's their website www.shinerevolution.com | www.facebook.com/shinerevolution

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    Used Dent Squad for insurance claims on two vehicles we own that got hit in the August 2012 hailstorm and found the work they did to be quite good. Would recommend and go back to them, no complaints about their service either.

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    I'm not exaggerating when I say barely noticeable, I've done bodywork and I'm very pleased with it
    Originally posted by speedog
    So more beyond armchair activism at work again?

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