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Old 07-20-2006, 12:41 PM   #1
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I have a few dents that I would like to get rid of and was wondering if anyone has ever used those do it yourself dent removers that sell for about 20$ at auto shops. If so, what type of results they produce? Do they leave crease marks?


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Use a regular toliet plunger its cheaper and does the same job
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Use a regular toliet plunger its cheaper and does the same job
hey you stole the words right out of my mouth...
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Use a regular toliet plunger its cheaper and does the same job
hey you stole the words right out of my mouth...
Sorry a lot of stealing going on this week
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Hey good idea. Thanks.

Sorry about posting in the wrong forum. This one does make more sense now that I think about it.
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You may be able to take the inner out and reach your arm in and pop it....
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you know what is really making me think...

every time i see fender damage to a newer bonneville...it looks lik eit ripped like plastic...bit yet it can dent? what is up with this? is it plastic or is it metal?!??!?
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you know what is really making me think...

every time i see fender damage to a newer bonneville...it looks lik eit ripped like plastic...bit yet it can dent? what is up with this? is it plastic or is it metal?!??!?
92-99 have composite fenders to my knowledge. I know mine is plastic.
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you know what is really making me think...

every time i see fender damage to a newer bonneville...it looks lik eit ripped like plastic...bit yet it can dent? what is up with this? is it plastic or is it metal?!??!?
92-99 have composite fenders to my knowledge. I know mine is plastic.
92-95 have pplastic, 96-99 have Metal
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well the plunger didn't work, going to try something else tomorrow.
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