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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-07-2003, 10:57 PM
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i need to put on new fenders onto my bronco, and i want to get the panels first then take them to a shop to have them put on, so i dont get ripped off on prices..but where are good places for quality panels and just out of curiosity, how are they put on. i have an 86 bronco xlt
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-07-2003, 11:20 PM
 
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Re: new fenders

Try Tom's Bronco Parts or Jeff's Bronco Graveyard. Pretty good replacements for OEM stuff. Or if you wanna go all out, try Autofab for some fibergalss fenders.

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Why don't you just get some from the wrecking yard? Oh. You are in NY. Salt. I forgot. [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Check out some yards online. Maybe they can cut you a deal. Then of course I have some laying around. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] What are you willing to spend? I'll bet that the things aren't cheap to ship.
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Re: new fenders

well, how much is does it normally cost to get new fenders put on.. like the installation price only
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Re: new fenders

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well, how much is does it normally cost to get new fenders put on..

[/ QUOTE ] You're kidding right? You go to the garage or spot you have chosen to work on your truck. and remove the old quarter pannel. You then take the new one and put it on where the old one came off. If you have the tools. It shouldn't be too bad. If you don't it's time to start checking out your local pawn shops unless you are independantly wealthy and can afford a whole set of craftsman or Snap On tools. The good thing about Snap on is they have trucks and can drop the whole treasure horde off at your house! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] I hate to sound condesending, especially to someone new to the board. But c'mon guy. You won't be a man if you take it to a shop. lol. Unless of course it's someone elses liability. If that's the case grab your neck and say ouch alot and get a whole new paint job with that fender! [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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You won't be a man if you take it to a shop. lol. Unless of course it's someone elses liability. If that's the case grab your neck and say ouch alot and get a whole new paint job with that fender!

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Re: new fenders

alright, i was just thinking in the sense of jsut getting newe fenders, not whole new quarter panels..but thanks for the help
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Re: new fenders

I'm painting a new passenger's fender and tailgate right now

I got both of them brand new at Canadian Tire for @ $100 CDN and $368 respectively. While I was hunting on the net I noticed that America isn't exactly hurting for competative aftermarket suppliers either, so do a search and crack open the wallet.

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Re: new fenders

Are you talking about the plastic thingies?
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