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Old 12-11-2012, 10:33 AM   #11 (permalink)
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The point is that at the time they are mixing paint and preping the car, its not more difficult to touch up and blend a different area of the same car. Why wait at all?
All very much true. Get it done ASAP but it can't hurt to ask them about the other scrapes and whatnot. The bodywork guys are getting paid either way.
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Old 12-11-2012, 11:08 AM   #12 (permalink)
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How long do you think it'll take? I need the car by tomorrow morning.
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How long do you think it'll take? I need the car by tomorrow morning.

At least 2 days. Contact the bodyshop for an estimate on time.
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^^ Yeah about that. 1 day for removing paint and prepping for new coats. 1 day for painting/drying. I'd even give it a 3rd day just to be safe.
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Dang. Guess I'm gonna have to wait until the weekend.
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Dang. Guess I'm gonna have to wait until the weekend.
that is of course if the bodyshop is even able to do it then. Best of luck.
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I'm sorry about the accident! I've been there, it sucks. Like the other guys said, it's best to get everything fixed at once. As an extra thing, if your exhaust (or anything else for that matter) got screwed up, it's a good time to upgrade because you can just pay the difference in the cost between a stock exhaust and an aftermarket one instead of the whole cost of an aftermarket one.
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it's a good time to upgrade because you can just pay the difference in the cost between a stock exhaust and an aftermarket one instead of the whole cost of an aftermarket one.

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I'm sorry about the accident! I've been there, it sucks. Like the other guys said, it's best to get everything fixed at once. As an extra thing, if your exhaust (or anything else for that matter) got screwed up, it's a good time to upgrade because you can just pay the difference in the cost between a stock exhaust and an aftermarket one instead of the whole cost of an aftermarket one.
I think the exhaust is fine. It looks okay, but not entirely sure.
And I wouldn't have enough money anyways ):
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I hear that! I had my financial aid meeting tonight. It was pretty much all "college is too expensive, give up on life now". If it looks fine I'd think it is, but I'd still have it looked at to double check. I just used exhaust as an example because mine was completely destroyed.

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