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Old 06-09-2013, 12:34 AM   #1
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Passenger Rear Corner Panel Replacement

Someone hit me in a parking lot and left me with a giant dent in my rear passenger corner panel. I've found a link to some decently priced steel corner panels, but I'm just wondering how you go about removing the old dented panel and putting on the new panel. Has anyone done this before? Also, does anyone know of a company that makes diamond plated panels that replace the factory panels?

http://www.acmejeepparts.com/products/22505_0009_07.htm

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Old 06-09-2013, 01:00 AM   #2
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Someone hit me in a parking lot and left me with a giant dent in my rear passenger corner panel. I've found a link to some decently priced steel corner panels, but I'm just wondering how you go about removing the old dented panel and putting on the new panel. Has anyone done this before? Also, does anyone know of a company that makes diamond plated panels that replace the factory panels?

http://www.acmejeepparts.com/products/22505_0009_07.htm
Those panels are called corner guards which u could just get those to over lay the dent other wise ur gonna have to cut it out and weld in the new one

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Old 06-09-2013, 01:14 AM   #3
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Those panels are called corner guards which u could just get those to over lay the dent other wise ur gonna have to cut it out and weld in the new one
I think cutting and welding would be better for the value of the jeep though. I would still have to bend part of the panel in order to put the corner guards on anyways
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