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[color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec

[color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec

[color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec

Hi I'm doing project in Ford Chennai ,how to reduce the gap and flush in hood

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Use bondo.

RE: [color ][/color]Hi I'm doing projec

Make them smaller and that should reduce them......

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