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    Default @TomcoPDR - Who is best for PDR on an all aluminum car?

    My poor D2 got tagged a bit in yesterdays hailstorm - I understand aluminum requires a different approach than steel when popping dents. Does @TomcoPDR still work in the industry?
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    He sure does


    And I'm sure hes hating life right now
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    Well imagine if instead of writing that letter to the editor, she just posts on a car forum for car enthusiasts. That's Kritafo.

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    A few years ago I had a plastic storage bin fall off a shelf (door slammed, vibrated the wall, and it was likely creeping forward on the shelf for weeks) and bounce of my CTS (Aluminum hood)
    A big dent with a crease. I figured they could reduce it, but it wouldn't be perfect.
    Took it to Canadian Dent (Near Deerfoot Casino) they charged a bit extra for aluminum, but when I picked it up, I could not see any trace of where the damage had been.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dj_rice View Post
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    He sure does


    And I'm sure hes hating life right now
    Nah - he's looking forward to

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipdoa View Post
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    My poor D2 got tagged a bit in yesterdays hailstorm - I understand aluminum requires a different approach than steel when popping dents. Does @TomcoPDR still work in the industry?
    If itís hail, best thing is to contact your insurance. As most of them will have their prefer provider



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    He sure does


    And I'm sure hes hating life right now
    Youíre the only one that understands corporate slavery hit me up for a steak when ur in town.



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    Nah - he's looking forward to
    Iím afraid thatís not how it works. Iím pretty low on the totem pole in this regardless of abundance of lowballed institutional Wholesale contracts.

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