wow, the PO sure did a number on that sucker, didn't he?
Argh! I just moved from Chesapeake, VA. (Really , like not very long ago) About couple hours south of Richmond. I'm in Augusta, GA now. I really appreciate the offer too.350factor, where are you located, i know a guy right outside of Richmond, VA that does mobile dent removal for a living. If you're close i can give you his number. Best I've ever seen, he does it and alot of the time you can't even see where it was.
Okay. See I kind of figured a hefty hammer would do more damage. Now I have a 220v MIG welder myself. Is there anything I can utilize what I have now. I always need accessories to buy. That's how we all accumulate the tools right?You could posibly rent a stud welder and a slid hammer and get 95 % of it out .Then all you will have to is spread very little body filler to get it back slick. BAH will cause way more damage in the long run than it is worth.
Friggin sweet. Heck another said to try out a slide hammer to pull. I'll do most to all the work just to learn anything. I'm looking to see if any attachments to a MIG welder can do the same. Thanks BENTLEY1110 for the help already.I'll still check with him. See if he knows anybody down in your area. He is actually part of a franchise.
hmm basketball, i may do that. Has this been actually done? can the inflector needle hold the pressure and keep from popping out? Toys r us is going to get a weird guy walking in with a project.Deflate a basketball put it up in ther and then reinflate it.. it should pop most of it out..