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    Default Finishing of dry denting in Alto

    Yesterday i have accident with suzuki pickup. He hit me from behind aur my ALTO 2010 diggy got huge big dent and thank God my back light was safe. I get dry denting without damaging the panit surface. Although denter has done good job yet there some patches where denting spot can easily judged. Now denter advised that this maximum he can do otherwise i have choose paint and paint can be jugpe and will create doubts in buyer's mind. Now advise me, should i go for paint or just go by dry denting finish.


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    i think go for good paint,, myth of "original paint" no longer exists although it still pays in resale but personally i dont care ab. it , main purpose u want to retain this car for ur family so keep it in nice & neat condition
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    the new light of Alto is near RS 4650 / piece 9300 a pair! Call that cheap!!Quoted by Suzuki Carachi! Lucky u didnt break the lite!
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    ^^ 3s dealers are always xpensive...new light in market costs 2000rs..
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    Quote Originally Posted by zunny View Post
    the new light of Alto is near RS 4650 / piece 9300 a pair! Call that cheap!!Quoted by Suzuki Carachi! Lucky u didnt break the lite!

    What about back screen price becuase it also get broken. And how can we confirm genuinneness of it? Any clues?

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    ^ bro go check out the quality of the screen the 3S dealer sells.then go to a suzuki genuine parts dealer in the market. Go for the japanese alto rear screen with defogger.will cost around the genuine screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NaXuN View Post
    ^^ 3s dealers are always xpensive...new light in market costs 2000rs..
    i dont think so. It was aval for 4000 from a genuine parts dealer.i agree there are many qaulities aval.i got the cheapest option/quality for RS 900/! Suzuki aint worth spending 4k on a tail lite! I can buy 5 in the price of 1 genuine.change after 6 months if i want n can break even after 2.5 yrs during which i mite ve otherwise get it broken!lolz.its aint a moving part so wont have any effect on performance. I would never do that with any moving part.always go for OEM parts of top quality no matter how much it costs.
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    man - you just got hit, lucky that you are safe - and you are worrying about resale at this moment of time?
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