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pdavis1

paintless dent repair - access to this area without drilling?

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Car is 06 Carrera S Cab. Bought with small ding in passenger rear quarter in front of rear wheel. Appears to be double walled from inside wheel area. Can this area be accessed through interior on a cab? If so, how do I remove the speaker panel area? I am hesitant to having someone drill a hole inside the fender and possibly causing rust in the future but I am ashamed of that dent constantly.

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Check out this DIY using dry ice...

So, it actually works..so many times I have thought about this, but twice I sold the car with the dent...

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I already tried the dry ice trick. It helped but did not take it all out, that part of the fender has a lot of curve to it.

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I already tried the dry ice trick. It helped but did not take it all out, that part of the fender has a lot of curve to it.

Yes, it works great!

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A good PDR guy would make that perfect with the glue removal technique. They can glue a small pad to the dimple and slowly pull it out from the outside. They would then reshape any high spots with a wax or aluminium tapping tool. I had a dent twice as big as that in the same place and now you wouldnt know it had even been there. Don't worry the glue process doesnt pull the paint off. Make sure you get a good PDR guy to do this as some better than others. Dent Craft trained guys from the states good place to start, their equipment quality.

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