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Old 17-05-2018, 05:53 PM   #1
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Is this a good candidate for PDR?

Chaps here is a picture of the rear door that has been opened against something and had the rear edge of the door folded over slightly. I have tapped it back from behind to make the body line correct and to allow the door to close. However it has left a crease on the outer skin, would a PDR guy be able to tap this down to remove it or is it a bodyshop job?

Strangely the crease looks like it should be there but it deffo shouldn't

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I have never seen a pdr that would remove that sorry
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Thanks chaps. I guess its a leave it alome tyoe job then!
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