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In this dent removal tutorial (PDR) learn how to repair dents on a Harley Davidson gas tank without damaging the gas tank ...
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Hello! My name is Myke Toledo and I am going to be talking about this Harley gas tank. It's actually a fat boy gas tank. It's going to be a little challenging. This is not the typical gauge metal and I'll explain why.
For one thing, it's got some severe pressure going to the outside like so and also, if you notice on the other side as well from right there. This PDR repair gave me a little bit of a hard time because of the crowns. I'll explain the crowns right now.
So here is the crown. See the lines are pinching that right there. Those are crowns and here too as well; the thinness, the lines are skinny. So that's what I'm going to try to release. By knocking down, I want to use aluminum knock-down with a teflon/plastic tip like this. But the hard part is trying to get that steady where I'm knocking down to keep it from slipping. So I've stay at level with my knock-down.
After I release a little bit of the pressure, then I'm going to actually going to pushing the dent to release some pressure off the outside. So I do back and forth process. Now I randomly press around the dent, the center of the dent, like so. I'll typically press here and here and, a little bit right here.
Now I'm actually using the black lines to use as a reference. When I'm pushing around this dent, the circumference of the center is getting smaller, not necessarily going into the center quite yet. I'm just pushing it around it. I'm kind of like-it's like molding a piece of dough and I want to stay it round. If I see bulging on one side, I want to press that area. If I see bulging on other side, I want to press on that area.
Here is a little different angle, a little brighter for facing in the more light. But the tool I'm using is an Ultra Dent 24 inch double bend soft tip, but I don't have a soft tip on it. I actually have just tape in it because I'm finishing but we'll get into that later.
I've other tutorials that I am going to be really seen on DVD for people who really want to know in depth and detail exactly how you do it step by step. So anyways, the last bit is always the hardest to finish. Most would know who are in the PDR business and the pin stripe is actually going to just throwing off another kind of curve. So it's hard for me to actually identify what's straight,, what's not. But it eventually changing more angles, cross checking helps me get a good read and end up with a successful PDR repair.
This gas tank is very different than a car metal. It's very thick, very hard to actually find your tool and know where you press. So anyways, here are the end results. Hope you guys enjoyed it and look forward to talk to you again.