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Old 03-12-2012, 05:59 PM   #1
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Hail damage

Just changed my coverage to full coverage on the mustang yesturday. Today it hailed I have hail spots on my hood, roof, fenders, and I was wondering do they repaint those parts or not?
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You can do paintless dent repair.
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Old 03-12-2012, 06:06 PM   #3
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Hope you got your car visually inspected when you put full coverage on because they will try and weasel their way out of paying. They will claim it was already done before the full coverage.
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Hope you got your car visually inspected when you put full coverage on because they will try and weasel their way out of paying. They will claim it was already done before the full coverage.
Lol nope but I'm going to get a picture soon.

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Inspected. They inspected it like 3 years ago.
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Old 03-12-2012, 08:24 PM   #7
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My explorer got a little hail damage last week. The mustang stays in the garage where she belongs. My wife *****es all the time. She thinks because we have a two car garage both vehicles should go in there, but I won't chance her hitting the stang with her door so outside it stays hail or not!

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That looks nasty, who do you have insurance through?
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My explorer got a little hail damage last week. The mustang stays in the garage where she belongs. My wife *****es all the time. She thinks because we have a two car garage both vehicles should go in there, but I won't chance her hitting the stang with her door so outside it stays hail or not!

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That looks nasty, who do you have insurance through?
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Holy crap. That must have been the Tiger Woods ex wife version of hail!
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Holy crap. That must have been the Tiger Woods ex wife version of hail!
Yeah sorta

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It sucks really does
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Re: Hail damage

Dude thats your hail? are u sure it wasnt little kids throwing rocks lol? jesus were you driving or just sitting outside?
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Old 03-12-2012, 09:58 PM   #12
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Both. The hail was about this big (....................)

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I don't know how but it really did damage I was going 65 mph on an interstate
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