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WTB: passenger rear corner body panel

I need the passenger side rear corner body section just below the rear taillight. I need just enough to cover the damaged area -which I will weld in place. Please let me know if anyone can get me the corner section of the body.
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Old 12-12-2005, 08:07 PM
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Why not fix it ?
It is not that hard
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I've tried pushing it out from the back side, but proximity to another body panel makes it impossible. I do not want to use a large ball of body filler to shape the defect - it may not show on the picture, but the dent is deep (concave) and the panel is convex. It would take 1 inch deep filler to correct. I am doing this myself and do not have a dent puller. I figure getting a panel and cutting a section to fit just over the dent and weld in place would be an easy solution. That would require minimal filler.

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Just take some .030 sheetmetal and form it yourself, a small area like that would be easy to do.
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You can drill, pull, weld.... etc.....

Until you are as close to the desired shape as possible....
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I may try welding on some bolts and pull the dent out, but due to the depth of the dent, I am not sure I can get good results.
I like the idea of shaping some metal. I have not done it before, but may try working at it
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