Re: john deere hood in reply to johndeeregreg, 12-30-2012 15:21:06
First off, "what on earth happened to your tractor ? carried away in a tornado ?, Sorry, but WOW! , I have been in the body business for over forty years and have done work on new gen hoods and also 2 cyl models. AS well as auto and custom work. Anyway my original question was, do you have a pic of the die from GM ? If it is a quality product it would be my considered opinion, "Money well spent...unless your hood would require more expertise than is at your disposal" (Not meant as a smart A remark) Your metal may be already stretched too far to realistically think about repairing (Dollar wise) AS to the cut/ gouge by the fuel filler, that would be an easy, hammer, shrink,weld and light grind. Hope it works out regardless of your choice.
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