Re: [DML] Fixing Eyebrows
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Re: [DML] Fixing Eyebrows

There are 2 ways to "fix" the "eyebrows". Depending on how bad it is
will determine how much improvement you can achieve. If the facia is
really bad you may want to consider removing it to have it repainted
anyway. One fix involves removing the headlights and gluing in 2
small, flat sheets of aluminum while heating and attempting to hold
the facia flat. Won't work much if the facia is really bad. The other
fix requires removal and insertion of an angle of aluminum for most of
the length of the facia. Can do more but will still not make it look
perfect. A collision shop can probably fix it better if you have it
repainted but be aware that these things have shrunk over time and it
will be difficult to reinstall and line up well. Removal will also
break a lot of the little studs requiring repair. If you repaint the
front you can figure you will also want to do the rear too.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, andyblackmon@... wrote:
> Fixing eyebrows, Andy if you will go to the site 
> _www.heningerandassociates.com_
(    under products you will find 
> their fix to this problem and it should work. I  have not tried it
but it is 
> about what everyone says to do,  it could be  the easy way out.
> Andy Blackmon 03513
> ************************************** See what's free at
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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