motorcycle gas tank
motorcycle gas tank

Motorcycles are now more than ever a representation of their owners. The gas tank is one of the most susceptible parts of a motorcycle to various size dings. Due to the nature of motorcycles and their paint schemes, trying to match the paint can be extremely difficult.

We are fully equipped to remove pesky dents from the gas tank and fenders for all year, make, and model motorcycles. This is a great option to keep all custom paint original and can be cheaper than your insurance deductibles, so no claim is needed! The first step is to remove the gas tank or fender. We suggest removing the gas tank/fender to guarantee no other parts of the motorcycle are damaged during repair. Our Master Technician will then asses the dent and determine the access and leverage points so repair can begin.

We use an exclusive vise to mount the gas tank during repair to ensure it is secured firmly. Our technician will then use our same PDR technique and tools to remove the dent.

  • This process is completely safe to the original paint.
  • More convenient and less time consuming than taking it to a traditional body shop.
  • Protects the motorcycles value if you choose to sell it.
  • 100% eco-friendly

The repair time varies case by case. If you are interested in having a dent removed from your motorcycles gas tank or fender, call us today at (703) 646-7727 or email Contact@dentlesstouch.com and experience the difference.

  • This process is completely safe to the original paint.
  • More convenient and less time consuming than taking it to a traditional body shop.
  • Protects the motorcycles value if you choose to sell it.
  • 100% eco-friendly

The repair time varies case by case. If you are interested in having a dent removed from your motorcycles gas tank or fender, call us today at (703) 646-7727 or email Contact@dentlesstouch.com and experience the difference.

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