Can I Bondo this? It’s not rusted through. It is about 1/4 inch deep. I know it will eventually rot but I just want to slow the process
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Or you can get them pre-painted for $269 shipped on eBay. Whether you get one painted or just primed, take the time to seal ALL the seams on the underside or you will end up with the same problem very quickly.it's toast best option would be find a part out with a good fender and try to get it for a good price.
you'd pay more to rebuild that 1 then buy a new 1.
amazon has um new for 96$ and color match paint is like 15$ a can.
I am not an expert, but I did bodywork for several years at a good shop. Current labor charges for mechanics in the Appleton area ranges from $125 to $139/hour. So as the several guys said, it is so affordable to just buy a new fender, which is one of the few very low cost parts on any Jeep. My local favorite body shop charges a modest $300 per panel to make small repairs and then paint it (such as a door or fender, etc.) Rust repair and welding would be a much higher charge. With the added prep work the guys mentioned, it will let you enjoy your new fenders for a decade.Can I Bondo this? It’s not rusted through. It is about 1/4 inch deep. I know it will eventually rot but I just want to slow the process