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    Well I hate to admit but I did this way to cheap. $150 but will not do it again at that price. More work than meets the eye if you care about what your work looks like. I'm pretty happy with it but being the picky sort I know I could do better next time.What made it hard to look just right is the whole edge on the damaged side wasn't straight at all and I hate monkeying with what isn't broke. When the piece was warm from welding I took a rubber hammer and tryed my best to straigten it out some. Doing this type of repair will bring out the body man in you to say the least. Suggestions on keeping it all looking uniform ? Thanks and did I hear mention of using a belt sander?
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