Mentals idea is pretty cool, definately worth the shot. Any concerns of the paint being damaged with a heat/cool effect that quick?good call mental.... i have a can of it sitting right here. will try when bike returns from raw design.
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I too have a ding in my tank and I think the metal of the tank is to thick to work for me one person said to remove tank and fill with water then freeze. I think for me bondo and repaint or new tankthis is kind of awesome... anyone have any experience with this? think it will work on the mini dent i have on my tank?
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I concur 100%This I have not been able to confirm, check with Tony Fury. I have heard tank is double walled in some places and has some internals, do not fill and freeze, just not the type of tank for that, unconfirmed. Most dent-doctor shops can tell you if they can do it or not before hand.
I did this on the door of my old Bonneville and it was about 95%. A shopping cart got me in a parking lot. Most people would never see it, but can still slightly tell, because I know where to look.Hay Cap. Research a little further, using compressed co2, which you can buy in a spray can. You heat the metal with hair dryer then spray co2 to freeze and wait a minuet. You will find many videos on net for this procedure, and yes it does work, fresher the damage the better. It only cost a few bucks to try but I don't know if it will work on the tank since the tank metal is quite a bit thicker gauge than lets say a car hood or door panel. But worth a couple of tries, good luck.