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This is a car repair tutorial on how to repair a dent using a hammer-on-dolly which is used for straightening metal.
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Speaker1: Hammer on dolly is going to be a technique to use when you are finishing up is to hit a little highs and lows out. Once it's mostly done just there is a little high right there, put the dolly, now when you use it, no wonder the down falls of hammer on dolly stretches the metal, so if you use it too much you might have to do some heat shrinking to get the metal back in the shape. You can't really get a dolly against the metal so even if you hit on top it's not going to make contact with the dolly, so hitting at top just going to cause more damage, so you are not going to really use this technique.
And when you hit with the hammer make sure you hit flat, because if you hit kind of curve you are going to cause damage you are going to dent the metal. When you are selecting a dolly you need to make sure that you choose one that has matches the curve the part you are fixing and when you do it, you need to make sure that you push arm on the dolly with the hammer and just light taps. Don't really need to it hit it that hard and you should hear a little ping when you hit it. when you get a thumb that means you are not actually hitting the dolly, you need to make sure you - it is very useful but sometimes its not usable when there is skin underneath it or you can't get to it, if - you can get to it it's probably going to be your first choice for repair technique.
Speaker2: And do you put your dolly on high or low?
Speaker1: You can actually -- you put it on the low if you are underneath and hammer down the highs and if you need to get down low you can put it top. And actually hit like underneath.