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Correct Way to Fix Damaged Bed Quarter Panel
I dropped my 2010 F-250 Harley off to the body shop today, to get the rear quarter fixed. (Some clown hit me from behind at an angle). The quarter is now pretty much fubar.
Figured the best repair would be to r&r bed,and replace entire drivers side of bed - But the service writer recommended having it pulled & repaired instead. (Aqain, it is quite jacked up, got into all the compound bends/contours).
So as the truck waits for the Progressive adjuster to come out, I'm hoping you guys could please chime in and advise which is the best bet - entire new panel/side = my choice, or go with the pull and bondo bucket fix? Basically just want to look EXACTLY like new!
Thanks for any help/advice - Really hoping someone in the know can give me a heads up so I will know if I need to fight for the new panel..
2010 F-250 Harley D 4x4. All stock for now..
Last edited by wp3223; 04-23-2013 at 07:40 AM.