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Old 06-16-2019, 11:28 PM   #57261
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Ah, it skipped my mind. I recommend pressure washing the hole really well first to remove any debris.
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Remind me again why adding food to our fuel is a good idea...
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Old 06-17-2019, 12:10 AM   #57263
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Make sure you start with a good clay bar to get all the SUV out of the clear coat.

Ok.


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Old 06-17-2019, 12:13 AM   #57264
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I believe it's best to consult a doctor when using unconventional substances to wax holes.

For drawer slides, candle wax or bees wax is a common go-to though
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Ah, it skipped my mind. I recommend pressure washing the hole really well first to remove any debris.
I figured I would just patch it like a hole in drywall and screw paint sticks inside, and fill with spackle.
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See this is problem with being a pilot. Not just having to keep reminding people I'm a pilot all the time. Like I come back down the atmosphere and open this thread up again and I'm completely lost. Talking about patching a whose what like it's a drywall job?

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See this is problem with being a pilot. Not just having to keep reminding people I'm a pilot all the time. Like I come back down the atmosphere and open this thread up again and I'm completely lost. Talking about patching a whose what like it's a drywall job?

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Homer simpson said speed holes make a car faster. But the crease will likely negate any gains with the airflow redirection.
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I'm trying to laugh about it, because it hurts. You should see the other side, and 2 rims down. And suspension and/or steering damage and I can't even check because all my tools and Jack are in POD land now.
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What is the best wax for holes in your door? I thought I would try carnauba.
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I figured I would just patch it like a hole in drywall and screw paint sticks inside, and fill with spackle.
Maybe your insurance company will think that the door doesn't need replacing?
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Maybe your insurance company will think that the door doesn't need replacing?
My luck they will replace it with an orange one.
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How the? What? Intentionally or they were drunk on the riding lawn mower again?

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I'm trying to laugh about it, because it hurts. You should see the other side, and 2 rims down. And suspension and/or steering damage and I can't even check because all my tools and Jack are in POD land now.
My stepdad put two long gouges in the passenger side door of my 240Z when, in his typical rushed, careless way, turned wide into the driveway with his big yellow F150 that was maybe a few years younger than my Z.


I never got it fixed. Drove it like that for another seven years. Fuck it.
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Teenager with learning permit hit the gas instead of the brake backing up. I had my car in the street because a POD was being picked up/dropped off. Bad damage to both sides, and wheels. Sucks. Being towed he shop tomorrow.
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