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Anybody here do auto body?

I am looking to fix the dents and dings on my truck and repair it. Would like a professional/ semi- professional to show me what to do correctly. I don't need a perfect truck just something that looks as good as she runs!

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nobody? im not asking anyone to do my truck for me, im asking for somebody to stand back and point me in the right direction as i am doing it so i dont screw something up...

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I know someone but he's not a professional... But does pretty damn good work! IDK if he would be willing to coach you or not.

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Well if you could find out it would be great. If its a no, then no harm no foul.

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I'll talk to him and see what he says!

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Thanks Jeff it's much appreciated!

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what exactly are you trying to do, post pics so i can see. i went to school for auto body collision repair but after i finished school i went into a different line of work.

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Fill small dents, fix the back of the passenger bed side, prep for paint, then paint it. I am not looking for show quality paint just something that looks decent. She needs a freshening to look as good as she runs

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it really depends on how big/deep your dents are, your painting the whole vehicle right?

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Most of the dents are small size of a quarter or smaller but 2 are the size of a golf ball, but behind the back tire is a different story.

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