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Old 10-22-2004, 08:57 PM
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Welp, I got my first dent today
Studid me backed into a tree at work today and dented my tailgate
oh wells, I did manage to get some of it out but still
some dent but not as bad
dumb me hehe
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Old 10-22-2004, 09:28 PM
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Ouch! I'm sorry to hear that. I can feel your pain.
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Old 10-22-2004, 09:49 PM
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Sorry to hear that. I've been there three times, twiced keyed and a big dent in the passengers bed without a note.
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I guess I'm going to keep my tailgate locked. Sorry to hear about the dent. I have a body man that does work on the side down the street from me. He painted my Mark VIII, and when I get the Mach 1 completed (soon) he's painting that too. Send a pic of the gate.
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Old 10-23-2004, 08:06 AM
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I'll post one this weekend soon as i get some time to do it. I did manage to get some of it out but still a little dent there. a Toilet plunger works wonders some times. I had taken the back plate off hoping to maybe be able to tap it out but that cant be done. I'm just surprised it didnt chip the paint or anything.
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Pics of dent

Ok, here is a pic of the dent i put in my poor truck

my first dent
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You could probably skim that with bondo... doesn't look that deep, at least from the pictures.
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I did basically the same thing, only my dent was in the left rear bumper. I was so mad at myself I went out and bought a new bumper, $550.00 that's one mistake that I will not do again.
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Not sure where your from in New Jersey but I use a body shop called Boggs auto rebuilders in woodburry right off rt.45 they have a fellow that does paintless ding repair that really does some good work. He could probably get that out for around a $100.00 just an FYI.
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