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Postby Tortron » 21 Apr 2006, 01:43

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how the hell do i get that beam bit straight again
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Re: damage done

Postby Shellysowner » 21 Apr 2006, 02:05

Tortron wrote:how the hell do i get that beam bit straight again


Hit it really hard with the head of the person who did that to the car - the forking bar stewards!!!!!
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Postby Tortron » 21 Apr 2006, 04:21

got it partially back into shape, should be able to get it prettymuch back to normal, the roof skin is another story, supose il do it myself, will need a respray (probably needed one anyway) but im probably gona have to get that done by someone, tis a large panel to paint myself, or maybe il do the base and get the clear coat done by someone
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Postby Doive » 21 Apr 2006, 08:49

Grrrr. Have you considered an angle grinder? To their face?

Could you possibly use a trolley or bottle jack against the floorpan, and use a bar or wooden post as a spacer against the crossmember? I think it unlikely that your floorpan would bend first!
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Postby kw107 » 21 Apr 2006, 13:02

Nice dents :D
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