Part 2 of tools needed for DIY autobody
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Part 2 of tools needed for DIY autobody

Get the tools you need to get the job done right!You will need some power tools; some sort of a grinder, a random orbital sander, a cutoff tool (with the right grinder you can use it for grinding and cutting), a drill and a good set of drill bits. Paint buffer and buffing pads, paint gun, paint masks and gloves. You will need some essential tools sanding blocks, body hammers and dollies, a good set of hand tools (screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers, sockets, etc….) these help with dis-assembly, body filler spreaders (you usually get spreaders with mud if you purchase it at a automotive store) and a good sledge hammer. Click the picture to the Left it will bring you to an overview of these tools with pictures or Click Here.

2 Comments to Part 2 of tools needed for DIY autobody:

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Larry on Monday, October 15, 2012 12:04 PM
Thanks for the outline! When possible, I'd like to do my own paint repair for cars.
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The Original frugalmaniac.com on Thursday, October 18, 2012 3:49 PM
I grew up in a body shop and everybody always asks me how do you do it. I will tell them that the thing to remember is what ever you do you can usually undo. With patience anybody can do a good job, and a little practice.

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