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      10-08-2013, 09:24 PM   #4
Otruba_843
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Doesn't look like it can be fixed by yourself. It's and intricate line, not a flat surface. It's not worth all the trouble to save a few bucks.
ah thats what its called, thank you for the correct term.

So im kind of screwed?

I dont wanna pay 500 bucks to fix a ding...hell my insurance deductable is only 500 bucks...
It hard to tell from the picture because it's close up, but it doesn't look that big. If it bothers you that much, get it fixed, but if it doesn't why bother? When my car got backed into, a new door panel, paint, glass, and tint came out to around $1700 if I recall right. $500 seems like a lot of money to pull a dent like that, but it's probably the time it takes to fix it. I really wouldn't try to fix it myself unless it was on a flat panel. Just my opinion.
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