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Old 08-06-2010, 06:05 PM   #1
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got my tank fixed

Went to my buddies body shop and had my dent/cracked tank fixed. This guy does amazing body work. You can't even tell there was a dent/crack... Fiberglass filled sanded and primed the area( gonna get it painted flat back next week) smooth as glass. No joke, guy does amazing body work. Saw a pic of his paint work to. Just smooth and amazing!!! Cheaper then anyplace I've asked. About 50$.

Pics will be up once I get home. On my phone. No before pics just afters unfortunately, but for those who have seen it before will be amazed.
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