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Old 12-09-2010, 01:27 PM
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Is this Darryl?

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tutorial

you would think afterspending 2gran on this waste it would come with some detailed instructions instead of some photocopied black and white pages.
There are definitely better tools out there that are quiter, faster and dont require you to cut off the underside of a hood to repair it.
my 2 cents on this anyways...
well more like $2000.02
Good luck to anyone wanting to try this.
maybe he can come to your shop and do a demo he probably would only charge like 1gran a day lol.

edit- and about these plastic heads that are now in use what about the ppl who bought the product when they were not available us suckers got to come out with more money now right.. and they probably wear out fast as hell too.
I stand by my position. Dominator2 LOL
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I know now what happened to my Star Wars soundtrack on vinyl. Wasn't that song being played on the video the Cantina scene from Star Wars? I will give him credit though, before this thread took a turn for the worse, it appears Brian was having some luck with this thing doing what it was made to do, even without the instructional video working.

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Old 12-09-2010, 06:53 PM
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Hi Brian, Yes it's me. Darryl Domino

I've recorded the video today, and I'm preparing it For the website right now. Whoever dominated2LOL is, for whatever reason appears to be hiding his identity. I say again, if you didn't like the tool you had 30 days in which to return it to us! Why didn't you do so? firstAnd if you're really an owner of the tool, why haven't you contacted us for further direction in its use? The video I'm posting on my site tonight speaks for itself! What else can I do? Come to your house and fix the vehicle for you? Our company stands behind our products 100%. If you go to my website there was a video sent to us recently from the Russians! They purchase numerous dominator kits and the video that they sent shows them using the dominator on a massive dent. This is an unsolicited video and actually we have no idea who it is that sent it. There's another video from, (I believe it's Argentina) again using the dominator to repair heavy damage. There's no reason that these customers would be sending this video unless the tool works. I will post a link to the video within the next 30 min
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Old 12-09-2010, 07:16 PM
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You know what instructions?

You'ld be the first bodymen I ever knew to read instructions! we have been for quite a while and are still working on training videos. It is common knowledge that most people will learn far better watching something than reading about it. Implementation of offering these training videos online is a large task. We are in the final stretch for delivering these training videos to our Internet site.
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Old 12-09-2010, 07:37 PM
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Are you Darryl?

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Old 12-09-2010, 11:10 PM
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here's your high speed video

Just a quick video today, to one last time 'tease' you guys! I know that even if this tool WAS a magic wand there will ALWAYS be the 'nay sayer' out there, to ridicule, and belittle. The character that claims he purchased a Dominator, is just the kind of guy that should never get in the dent business to begin with. I would bet a 'dollar to a do-nut' to know his REAL skill level and motivations. Tomorrow I'll do a final video of the area to perhaps give a better look. Nevertheless, good luck to you all, and HAD-IOUS! Ps. this hood has been used for over 3 months as a 'demo and practice' hood.

the video url is:http://gallery.me.com/dominator2#101205
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Old 12-10-2010, 08:43 AM
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Dominator2 Are you still Darryl? When this thread started Dominator2 was Darryl the guy I spoke with at Nace, who are you now?

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Ps. this hood has been used for over 3 months as a 'demo and practice' hood.
Yes cause clearly chopping off the underside of a hood to do a demonstration is the same as working on a customer's hood. Bottom line is I should have invested better into something else, and about your other comment about if your using this tool more than 5 minutes then your doing something something wrong. How long did you take YOU to do that hood?

Peace out going to mix some body filler and do some real body work that I dont need to convince people that its real.
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Old 12-10-2010, 09:11 AM
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I'm sorry Dominator who ever you are, that video isn't very convincing. I understand it can do what you just did in that video, I believe beyond any doubt it can do what you just did and much more. But that is a demo hood with all the reinforcement removed, not a good "real life" example. Not only that, but it isn't a customers car where you have to get near perfect. I couldn't tell what was the crease and what was previous damage, the hood is a mess covered with dents and buckles, the CREASE you put in is mostly gone but it wasn't to the level of what I like to see (not see) when I present the finished product to a customer.

That crease is a HUNDRED THOUSAND MILES from the caved in roof in the other video. So seeing the removal of the crease is like seeing a kids peddle car ride on the side walk compared to that top fuel dragster dent on the roof shaking the ground under your feet on the way to a four second run.

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Does everyone else see a sped up video like I do?

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Does everyone else see a sped up video like I do?

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Yea its fast which is why I asked how long it took to do the repair (not talking about the teardown on the bottom of the hood or anything) He had mentioned before "... and P.S. if your using the Dominator more than a few minutes your not using it correctly... " Looked to me like it was longer than a few minutes.
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all i saw was a green screen and a lot of smack talk.
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Ok boys.... the gig's up!! I'm busted!!!

Ok boys.... the gig's up!! I'm busted!!! You've all figured it out... couldn't slip this hockus pockus past you guys!
I did this last video by myself within an hour, and posted it with the belief you couldn't deny what you're seeing if your name was on it! FAT CHANCE...
Oh,..... " the hood has other dents on it!"...
"Wasn't the speed cranked up"?,
uh... "didn't he cut the supports out and an how long did it really take"?!
"It's too expensive"....
"Isn't it too loud"..., uh bla, bla, bla...
I've shown you a tool that moves metal faster and better than anything you've ever seen, and some of you 20, 30, year techs this is all you got to say........
Go back to your bondo, $22. gal... bondo spreaders $5 a pack alittle sand paper,........................ good luck fellas......
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Old 12-11-2010, 12:36 AM
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Show a video of that roof being done, THAT I want to see!

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