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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-03-2012, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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Default Rear Fender Dents from Passenger Seat

Hello everyone. Over the summer I took off my passenger seat for the cool look it gives the kingpin. However I noticed 2 dents in the fender from the screws on the under carriage of the passenger sear. Is this common..can those kind of things be fixed and should I get a different passenger seat and if so what kind...thanks in advanced!!

Also anyone know a good custom paint shop in Indianapolis area?
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I bought a passenger seat for occasional use on my Kingpin 8-ball, and the seat doesn't even touch the fender. The metal frame seems to provide plenty of clearance over the fender. I had the same concern before buying the seat, as I didn't want to take a chance of it rubbing on the paint.

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Don't know where you live
If your in any kinda of a good city look in the yellow pages for a dent wizard that would be under body shop repair. If you find one they can get the dents out and not screw up the paint

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