I am in need of help on a collision repair I am attempting. Before I start doing anything crazy and stretches metal beyond worthy repair, I would like your help on how to PULL OUT the rear quarter panel where it meets the creases of the sill.
I made made attempts to weld studs at the edge, as shown in the photos, but pulling it w/ slide hammer is just stretching the IMMEDIATE area around the studs. I stopped trying b4 I do anything dumb. Please help me.
photo 1: the dash line indicate the edge has been pushed in. This area was last to work on as it was the first area at the collision scene.
Here's an idea of mine. using oxy/ace torch and heat up the creases and then pull it. I was thinking of using propane but that takes too long to heat up and the heat will spread to the welded stud area. I haven't tried it yet.