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Old 02-25-2013, 07:33 PM   #1
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So as some of you know my car got side swiped on the right side. It's preety bad and I don't wanna pay 1k deductible so ima go ahead and do everything myself. I plan on dipping the whole car. The front fender got pushed in, mirror is gone, door got dented a bit and the handle is gone, rear fender got dented preety bad. Ima go ahead and push out the dents and sand it down, as for the door ima get one from the junk yard and sand it down as well, I just purchased a fender for 60 bucks and I'm about to put it on. Here are pics of the damage.
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On my way to Home Depot to buy a couple of gallons of dip. Also what kind of sandpaper should I use? I'm semi new to working on car body's thnks
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You're proably going to need some 80 grit and a grinder to get those dents smoothed out once you pop them out. I'd buy some primer also to seal where you sanded down. It's going to take a lot to smooth out those dents unfortunately, and doing it by hand probably wont cut or be feasible.
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You're proably going to need some 80 grit and a grinder to get those dents smoothed out once you pop them out. I'd buy some primer also to seal where you sanded down. It's going to take a lot to smooth out those dents unfortunately, and doing it by hand probably wont cut or be feasible.
Thanks. Ima use a rubber mallot to try to get the dents out and I have an orbital sander. Ima be working on it all day tmrw so hopefully I can get them out by Wednesday
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Got the fender and 9 dip cans. I already have the gun to shoot it.

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Old 02-25-2013, 08:57 PM   #6
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goodluck putting her back together man.
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Thanks. We're can I find a passanger side mirror replacement
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ebay and i think Am even carries them
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You gonna be a the fenders smooth with that new bball? Lol. Good luck though! Ebay should have the mirror. Or must resto places have them also
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Old 02-25-2013, 10:26 PM   #10
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http://pages.ebay.com/motors/link/?n...d=200900867772

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Haha. Well we got the fender off and new one in.
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Thnks for the link I just ordered it
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Ima push the dents out tomrw from the door. Can i buy a replacement handle? This one got torn apart
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Since the idiot that hit me took some dip off my wheel I took it off meanwhile.
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so ur gona just plasti dip ur whole car or what
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Old 02-25-2013, 11:41 PM   #16
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Yea man because ima take out the dents and sand it. I don't have the funds to paint it right now so I'm dip the whole car for 80 bucks.
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its gona look killer when ur done i bet . are u just gona use the flat black dip?
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Yea hopefully it will. I bought the black dip but now I'm thinking ima want to do white but it's going to get dirty quickly
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thats exactly what i wana do to my gt. i was thinking of buying the kit from dipyourcar to paint it flat white but im scared to waste my money and screw it all up.
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Old 02-26-2013, 12:07 AM   #20
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Well it's preety hard to screw up. Ima just do the blak though
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Well it's preety hard to screw up. Ima just do the blak though
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$50 free shipping. It'll ship today if you order it now it's shipping out of TX so if PA is closer CJ pony parts also has them.
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Thnks I ordered it from American muscle for 33 bucks. Today I will be taking out the dents and start sanding and smoothing will post pics soon
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Already starting to sand and take out the dents
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I hope the bondo sticks. You need to get the area where your spreading it to bare medal with 36-40 grit. So it has something to grab.
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I hope the bondo sticks. You need to get the area where your spreading it to bare medal with 36-40 grit. So it has something to grab.
Yeah you really needed to basically grind down that entire area to bare metal before you used the bondo or at least scuff the crap out of it. I probably should have been more clear about that, but if this is just temporary you may be fine.
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The bongo I have read that It could attach to metal, fiberglass, aluminum and primer. It's holding on good and have a little more to go. I went ahead and started doing the other side that had a dent also. While I'm at it I put some coil boosters on the rear so i am able to put a passanger In my car without scraping.
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Looks pretty good so far. Just make sure you are VERY meticulous when you are sanding it down, I half assed it one time and it looked terrible a few months later. Make sure it is also totally dry and hard before you start sanding down or painting, it can pit down the road and look like a dent again (all personal experience lol)
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Thanks for all the tips and info! I'm allowing it to dry then I'm hitting it with 220 grit. It's coming out good. As for the door idk what I am going to do. It has a dent by the handle. Maybe when the handle comes in I can try to hammer it out
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It's gonna look sweet
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Yea hopefully it does. Done for today tmrw we will finish it up and start on the door
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Did your drivers side already have existing damage?
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Yea it has 2 cookie size dings on it so I was like what the heck mine as well fix it
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Took the wing off and all done with the body. Just going to primer it. My door handle also came in! Anyone know how to put it on. Do I remove it from the outside or inside?
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I've only put one on a Fox body, but I know you had to drill out the rivets on the old one. There is one towards each side on the underside of the handle. It should basically pull out once those are drilled out. Then you just hook up the rod to the one end and pop rivet it back on. Now it could be different on the NE, but it's probably similar.

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It's coming along nicely though, I'm impressed.
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