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Old 07-15-2005, 10:21 PM   #1
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I've been feeling pretty sh*%ty lately and have been feeling like snapping at anytime. Well today it happed. My friend (boss) was putting a wheely in the back of the 2003 GMC Sierra. The wheely feel on my hand triggering me to go ape sh*t on the wheely. The bad part is I took one last blow and it was at the truck. Not knowing that I caused damage I walked away. When I came back my friend said "nice dent you left". I looked over and sure as sh*t a huge dent in the rear quarter panel just above the wheel well.

He wasn't mad but I do have to pay for the repair. How much you think it'll run me? I'm thinking pretty close to a grand. I thought that HD trucks had hevier guage sheet medal. It looks like someone lobbed a baseball at it. Should I have my insurance company pay for it or what? I felt bad about it too since they never do anything bad to me.
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O.K you're all scared to tell me its going to be over 2K huh. There is the end of my summer. My life sucks.
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Anger Management?
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I doubt if your insurance would pay for it since you weren't in a vehicle. And to state the obvious.... What was gained from your outburst? You need to try and get your temper in check.
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my god son.. dented a TRUCK?!?! I couldn't dent my CAR if my life depended on it. I want to know what you do to work out.


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[/quote]dented a TRUCK?!?! I couldn't dent my CAR if my life
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I know. I couldn't believe it. With my fist of all things! It was on a bend of the sheet medal as well. Its one of the stronger poinits?!? Does GM not know how to make a strong pickup.
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my god son.. dented a TRUCK?!?! I couldn't dent my CAR if my life depended on it. I want to know what you do to work out.


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Its a GM truck, what do you expect. Nice punch though, its more of a form then pure power to dent something like that. Punch through, not at
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Get your normal house hold plunger and go to town. Good way to remove dents from large areas. Dented the bed of my truck once and used a plunger to get the worst of it out. Works pretty well.

And no the HD'* don't have any different body construction than a *-10. You can buckle those sides by just leaning against it. U must have clocked it pretty good though, I've kicked my truck before and just leave foot prints on it ...LOL
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What'* the big deal. It'* a work truck, now it looks like one....
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What'* the big deal. It'* a work truck, now it looks like one....
agreed 100%... dents are going to happen on a work truck
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