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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-03-2003, 10:46 PM
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Rear fender and quater panel repair/replacement

I need to repair both rear fender wheel wells and bottom corners by the rear bumper.
Can anybody direct me to a source of replacement panels preferable in Ontario Canada but if not any leads would be great.

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Appears the tub is 1 piece back there so don't know if there really is a solution. I have rust in same spots so I'm interested as well.
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I was hoping there maybe skins that could be grafted over the rotten areas!
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Re: Rear fender and quater panel repair/replacement

suzuki john's sells new body panels, here is a link to his site
http://suzukijohn.hypermart.net/parts.htm
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Your right...I wonder what a "rear quarter panel" looks like and how it's attached????
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Re: Rear fender and quater panel repair/replacemen

he sells the same thing some of the other sheet metal suppliers out there sell. basically you can get a rear quarter panel for a tin top. they go all the way up the side and partially around the side window......for a soft top all you would have to do is cut the top section off.

and they arent that expensive....i thnk ast time i looked they were about $90/side

search the net for "rust repair"

you will find a bunch of body part houses..

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Would the diamond plate corners be an option?
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Well I'm open to all options at this time for rust repair/replacement.
Do they bolt on to cover the infected area?
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I'm finding plenty of front fenders but zero on the rear quarter panels.
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Re: Rear fender and quater panel repair/replacemen

GO TO www.ROLLINGSTEEL.COM

call then and have them send you a catalog....excellent parts and good people to deal with... thats where i get most of my sheet metal

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