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Old 11-01-2006, 06:46 PM
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rear quarter patch panel

I was wondering what all tools would I need to install a lower patch panel behind the driver rear tire.It doesn't have rust just a really bad crease in it I haven't done alot of this types of repairs, just kinda need to know what all tools are required besides a welder thanks for looking
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did you try to pull it out?
post a pic so we can see it.
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did you try to pull it out?
post a pic so we can see it.
The car is at the shop,but it looks pretty slick I tried to pull it out but it took a good bit of bondo kinda scared of it, would it be better to fix it? I believe it could be fixed
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1. grind the bondo out of it.
2. try to heat it a little.
3. pull it, it should come out.
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1. grind the bondo out of it.
2. try to heat it a little.
3. pull it, it should come out.
thanks i may start on it tommorrow
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