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Old 05-03-2010, 08:36 PM
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Let a Friend use my 2005 Ford F250 6.0 today to go somewhere... He Took a Turn leaving the neighborhood too sharp and pushed in my Truck Beds Driver Side Quarter Panel. Between Gas tank and Wheel Well....

Didn't twist the truck bed just Will need to replace the Left Quarter Panel. Been Searching for a while now and cannot seem to find it online. What do I do?

Going to take it to a Body shop to have done.. I just want to know ahead of time some prices of Panels so I don't get Anal Raped when he goes to bill me.

Any info on Prices, Locations, Estimates, will be GREATLY Appreciated.

Like I said, it's only Damage is the Truck Beds Driver Side Quarter Panel.
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Old 05-04-2010, 04:44 AM
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Bummer, I sure hope your fiend is going to pony up the dough to fix it. I would check out LMC trucks online to get a cost on a replacement side panel. If I remember correctly, it is somewhere around 600 dollars and change.
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Old 05-05-2010, 03:13 PM
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might be cheaper just to look for a used bed in good condition and swap it on. Maybe u can find someone selling an 08 bed + taillights + tailgate for a good price..
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body shops cannot charge you more than list price on a part. its there to put a cap on shops making more than another on parts. makes it more fair that way.
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so, there are a couple things that will change the price. Is it a long bed or short bed? Is it a dually? The bed side OE for a short bed is $893.92, short bed with dually is $604.17. Long bed $761.90 for both regular and dually. Just to give you an idea, if the bed side is not repairable going off of a short bed price it's going to be around $1500.00, that depends on where you live as labor varies from state to state. Keep in mind this is bare bones estimate, does not include if you have a spray in bed liner or anything, just the part, labor to install and paint. Good luck man.
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