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2500ctd

Any body men?

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Played tag with a telephone pole. Light grazing. However front mount for rad support is bent along with some tweaked areas around it. Debating on getting it straightened or cut it off and build bumper mounts.  What would be the best way repair it. Gonna try to attach pics.   

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I would send it to a body shop that does frame straightening and repair.  It doesn't look to bad and once straight and new/used parts should bolt right up.

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28 minutes ago, Dieselfuture said:

Torch, grinder, welder, jack, tree, come along, big hammer, beer, sweat. Or body shop. 

 

I've done a few like that and managed to get near perfect results as well.

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31 minutes ago, Dieselfuture said:

Torch, grinder, welder, jack, tree, come along, big hammer, beer, sweat. Or body shop. 

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It would give me an excuse to get a bigger oxy/acy set

 

depends on the guesstimates from a body shop. 

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On 6/12/2017 at 2:13 PM, 2500ctd said:

It would give me an excuse to get a bigger oxy/acy set

 

depends on the guesstimates from a body shop. 

 

Don't forget the other bigger tools... Bigger hammers, bigger come-a-long, etc.

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