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Posted 09 March 2010 - 09:59 PM

2008 Suzuki XL7
Repaired by Terry Siegle
Charge - 500.00
Time to repair 7.5 hrs

These are the tools that I used on the rear door. Dent craft short RD-24, AAWC double bend, A-1 tool custom made tool double bend. All had different lengths and strengths for different areas. The window frame kept getting in the way of me leaning over it and the handle would hit it so I would change to a shorter tool or different angle. I used the metal punch in the handle end of my knockdown hammer. The metal tap down knocked down what the nylon tap down wouldn't.



First after getting the door off the car I proceeded to remove the door panel and check to see what is in the way. I removed the whole center section of the door, glass, latch, and window regulator.



After setting the door on Ultras hood stand, which it is the only stand you could do this door too securely. I proceed to start on one end of the crease, closest to the hinge area.









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