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Old 12-09-2019, 12:34 PM #1
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Clipped concrete gas station bumper; advice on repair?

Howdy everyone, I did some significant damage to my passenger side rear door and door trim the other morning pulling out of a gas pump, any suggestions or advice as to how I could go about fixing this myself? The door is a little bent up but looks like I may be able to bend it back into shape with some vice grips and such, so that the trim could be clipped back on. Attaching some pictures. Thanks all


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Added two of the picture on accident, here is the 3rd.
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Old 12-09-2019, 07:02 PM #3
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Ah bummer. I think weve all done dumb stuff like that

Boiling water/ heat gun/ hair dryer will be your friend. Heating up the body will make it a lot more pliable.

You can get dent removal kits from harbor freight or auto parts stores to help pop small things out

be careful with painting/ patching. Less is better and have low expectations In my experience its tough to repaint to get a match

good luck
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