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Old 06-25-2012, 08:42 AM
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Door dent on hood, will Hair Dryer and Compressed Air fix it?

Door dent on hood, will Hair Dryer and Compressed Air fix it?

Did anyone try this... I am so upset over this I had it less then a week and 300miles

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Old 06-25-2012, 08:53 AM   #2
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You might just be able to remove the panel and get a new one ...its not part of the hood. If you dont want to do that try dent wizards.

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Nicely played sir.... Nicely played.
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Door dent on hood, will Hair Dryer and Compressed Air fix it?
Just try it, it can hurt nothing. Remember to turn the can upside down. Let us know how it turns out.
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I say , just ding the other side and tell ppl its suppose to be that way..
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Old 06-25-2012, 12:33 PM   #8
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I have the very same Dent!!

Rugged Ridge Sell a Cowl Which can be fitted to both cover this up.... and stop it happening again!

Search "Rugged Ridge 11651.18 Durable Black Plastic Cowl Body Armor - Pair" on Amazon.

$45 for the pair!
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Was yesterday's post not enough?
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If the piece is removable, take it off and go to harbor freight and buy a dent kit (7 Piece Body and Fender Set), they are cheap. Heat it up a bit and use the curved metal rolling tool on the back of the body panel and roll out the dent. Then you have the tools for future use. It doesnt appear to be creased, so you should be able to fix it. Good luck...
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Please stick to one thread, we don't need 3 on the same issue.

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