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Old 04-12-2007, 09:52 AM
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Body Repair

Anyone use one of our local bodyshops here in Owasso? My truck has some rust that I don't have the ability to ged rid of properly. I really don't want to drive around in an old truck that has rust holes in it.

I also need to have the windshiels replaced. Thinking about going to Safelite. Anyone use them before?
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I have used safelight, they even came out to my house to put my winshield in because my truck was not in running condition at the time.

Have not used any local body shops because I try to do everything my self. I bet sombody else will have a body shop recomendation.
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Were you happy with Safelite's service?
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yea, no leaks, I had a local put my windshield in the first time and had to take it back to him three times to get the leaking stoped. but they were friendly and had the guy teach me a few tricks to putting in my own windshields from now on. All he used was silicone spray and a small nilon rope to put it in. Now newer cars need a little more knowlege.
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I hope somebody knows a good place to have rust fixed. I've got a couple of spots I need fixed also.
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