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Slid into a pole...

well heres the pics, i got most of the dent out but its gonna cost 275 to get the rest out...im fawkn pissd




plunger love


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not bad for a plunger lol
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How'd you do that?
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went to turn around on a dark country road, couldnt see outa my dark *** windows, hit some clay and slid in the ditch...right into a pole/sign...luckily i didnt get stuck...needless to say tint is comming off!!
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that sucks dude but i got the same tint on my truck when i have trouble seeing i just open the back glass helps a lot
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that sucks dude but i got the same tint on my truck when i have trouble seeing i just open the back glass helps a lot
i have a solid back window...its not the back but the side windows that gives me problems...the fancy *** cd player with wierd **** going on makes it so i cant see nothin but my reflection...i need legal tint anyways
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Damn. Sorry man.
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Time for some fiberglass bedsides.

Sucks though.
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Time for some fiberglass bedsides .
thats what i want, good deal on em too, 450 for perrys, but fawkn 125 for shipping
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Check out Race-Dezert for some cheaper ones. It'd be worth it if you want to do it anyways.
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that sucks men.... well coulda been worse
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atleast you got the majority out
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haha nice dent. but i got ya beat!!!! haha.. ya wtf a plunger?? haha thats awesome!!!!
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haha nice dent. but i got ya beat!!!! haha.. ya wtf a plunger?? haha thats awesome!!!!
it works... can be a pain tho...but it works. fixed my tail gate with one
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^^^^^ interesting.... hmm.. didnt think it would work...

*goes outside kicks side of truck with steel toed boot to try out the plunger method*

hahaha.. mine was too fubar'd to use a plunger one... unfortunately!!!..

OP: if it costs 275 to get that repaired, im scared to take mine in and see what it would cost!!! haha, (various threads in exterior section of my dent)
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i have a solid back window...its not the back but the side windows that gives me problems...the fancy *** cd player with wierd **** going on makes it so i cant see nothin but my reflection...i need legal tint anyways
Theres no such thing as legal tint, on the front its all illegal
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Theres no such thing as legal tint, on the front its all illegal
I think he ment Front Side Windows (or atleast I hope he did)
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pulled about half the dent out from the damage that i inherited with mine. plungers ftw. cheapest body work available.
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