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Inner fender wells 36 Chev rear

My 36 Chev rear inner fender wells are rotted out what is the best way to fix this as i have nothing to bolt my fenders on to, or how about welding the fender to the body?

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I'm in the same boat. I planned on making my inner fenders, as they come out toward the tire. I have a pic in my journal. I still havn't finalizzed the design, as they encroach on the rear seat. If I carpet them, I have to minimize the radius. If I paint them, it will have excessive road noise.

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Why not patch them with new metal? You may need to make several patches. I just wanted mine to be deeper.
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My 36 Chev rear inner fender wells are rotted out what is the best way to fix this as i have nothing to bolt my fenders on to, or how about welding the fender to the body?
Welcome chuckk

Beenaway is right. Make what you need as far as patch panels and weld them in.
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