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post #1 of 5 Old 03-25-2008, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Quarterpanel removal

Does anybody have a write up or pictures or any type of good step by step instructions for removing the front quaterpanels on the OBS trucks. Im having a lot of trouble figuring out what I need to remove to get these off becuase Im going to have to replace them soon. Any help is appreciated!

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Hi;

I do them quite often in my shop for all different types of trucks. Next time I do another Ford, I'll take some video and pics for you unless you find something sooner.

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Ok thanks a lot Im not planning on doing it till june or so. So I have plenty of time and would really appreciate some videos and pics. How difficult is it to do? Thanks!

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It is relatively easy with the correct tools and some knowledge, but it is time consuming. Most prefer to have a shop do them but I find many do a good job given the right instructions.

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