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Absolutely anything autobody related... Frame repair, suspension, alignment, panel replacement, panel repair, fiberglass, plastic repair, paint, air bags, etc.....

Experience in the area

Over 30 years in related areas. 25 years in HEAVY frame repair, suspension, and alignment procedures. As well as panel replacement and repairs, etc.....


Journeyman Autobody Technician with Red Seal/Interprovincial certification from N.A.I.T. in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Top Achiever award second year, also from N.A.I.T. Also have Platinum status from I-Car Canada...Also have Journeyman Partsman Certificate, Lethbridge, Alberta...

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Second Year Top Achiever from N.A.I.T.Edmonton

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Kenny02/10/17101010Excellent advise. Will save me a lot .....
Faye 09/01/16101010Thank you so much! Very clear, easy .....
Morgan07/11/16101010THanks a lot Dave. I'm going to .....
jules06/17/16101010Excellent response. All Experts is the best .....

Recent Answers from Dave Norgardt

2017-02-06 Door moulding replacement:

Hi Kenny....The best method of repair to re-install the moulding, is to first carefully peel it off completely. When removing it, the warmer the temperature the better, as it will lessen the chance of

2017-01-13 Body parts:

Hi Domingo....I did some checking for you on our Keystone/Cross Canada website. ( I will list the link below )  According to the parts list comparing the same vehicle with a 4 cylinder and V6, the bumper

2016-11-06 Dodge Dakota driver side fender removal:

Hi Ashley.    These are the recommended steps to follow, in order to remove and replace the Left Hand Side fender on your 2004 Dodge Dakota.      1. Remove the front bumper assembly.    2. Remove the grill

2016-08-30 Passenger Side Mirror:

Hi Faye.    Thank you very much, for your detailed description of what happened. As you mentioned, being that all three bolts are still there, and are still attached to the base of the mirror, it is not

2016-07-07 Rust:

Hi again Morgan.    Thank you for taking the time to send me a picture. As you had mentioned in regards to having limited tools, from what the picture shows, if you own or have access to an electric drill


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