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Old 12-09-2011, 09:56 AM
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Back rear side

Is it possible to replace this part off a car in the back, or do I need to get a professional to bash out all of the dents?

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Re: Back rear side

Possible? Yes.
PITA and expensive? Yes.
Is the car totaled with damage to the rear 1/4 panel AND suspension? Most likely.
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Re: Back rear side

Looks like you might have more damage then just body. Did you have collision coverage?
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Re: Back rear side

The wheel is okay besides part of the suspension got messed up, but that's only going to cost around $150 to fix. The car is okay, it just needs some work on the body, which is why i was wondering if it's possible to replace, because I have a parts car out back, or if it would be cheaper to just get someone to bash out all of the dents, if that's even possible.
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Re: Back rear side

there is NO way it would be cost effective, if at all possible to pound out those dents... You'll need the rear quarter panel from that parts car. I has to be cut off and welded to your damaged lude. It will be pretty expensive.
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there is NO way it would be cost effective, if at all possible to pound out those dents... You'll need the rear quarter panel from that parts car. I has to be cut off and welded to your damaged lude. It will be pretty expensive.
This. You need to cut a patch and weld it in. Much cheaper, even free, if you know how to weld ;)
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Re: Back rear side

there you are Part Detail
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Re: Back rear side

^ #8 is what they would have to cut off of your parts car and weld onto your wrecked car. make sure there is no rust on the donor part before you cut that car up.
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Re: Back rear side

and if there is rust? cuz the parts car has a couple of scratches in it, and theyve rusted
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