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MikeDawg said:
I need to get new body panels for my Bronco i need to get the left and right fenders and 2 new rear sides....

http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/fbr/0033.html
ITS NUMBER 15

With the rear panels will i need to get them welded? or do they just bolt on?

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Mike
Nope

just glue em' on, it's a stronger bond than welds;



Don't forget to pre-paint and pre-undercoat your quarters, like I did in the pics.

Here's the install thread;

http://www.supermotors.org/vehicles/registry/detail.php?id=4970&s=19605#content

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Thanks for the quick replys... how hard is it to glue on??? how long will it take with 2 people? Each side.... my dad and i could attempt it? Hes a milwright so i hope he can accomplish this with me lol...

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Thanks for the quick replys... how hard is it to glue on??? how long will it take with 2 people? Each side.... my dad and i could attempt it? Hes a milwright so i hope he can accomplish this with me lol...

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Whether you weld or glue it's quite an involved process to change rear quarters. More than one owner has stripped a bronco down and found it too much work and ditched the beeeach rather than finish the job.

That said, if you have no repairs to do once you get the quarters off and if your inner wheelhouses can be saved a millright should find the procedure a cake-walk and he already owns enough clamps !

Read the captions under the pics in that thread and that'll answer most of your questions.

I believe glueing them on offers way more advantages than welding, as do most modern bodyshops.

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