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You're not OCD at all, that hurts me just to look at it. I'd say the dog agrees, he's facing away from the injuried area too.

Good luck gettin' things right.


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it hurts me so bad to know its like that in the driveway that i dont even want to drive it until i get it looking healthy again

i guess ill go for the paint pen and learn to use it and see how that goes, im pretty good at drawing so i hope that will somehow translate

and maybe sand the rim with 320 a wee bit and see what happens, i know ford would charge me upwards of 300$ to mount a new rim in my tire


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