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89 honda civic 2 door dx hatchback rear fender repair/replacement

Discussion in 'Exterior / Detailing / Bodywork DIY How-To's' started by Ty R., Jun 22, 2017.



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  1. Ty R.

    Ty R. New Member

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    My rear fenders or quarter panels are very damaged (rust, dents). It appears that the rear fender or quarter panels are irreplaceable, I need some help or tips on how to fix or replace this.[​IMG][​IMG]

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  2. Drakon543

    Drakon543 New Member

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    The right side can probably be fixed with some patience trimming and bondo. That left side will take a lot of work. Probably easier to find patch panels or a donor car to cut a piece off.
     
  3. Drakon543

    Drakon543 New Member

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    Your going to end up needing these or At least one of them for the driver side. Also someone good with a welder to put it on. You could also use rivets and diy but it won't end up looking as goos
     
  4. Ty R.

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    Thanks guys!

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