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Granny Driver

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Post Rear Quarters
My rear quarters are peeling back do to sun damage. I have found kits on a couple websites to do it myself but was wondering what the challenge level on this was for anyone that has tried to do it themselves. Any pointers? Anyone know someone in the Dallas, Tx metrpolex that is affordable for work like this if I choose not to do it myself?


Wed Oct 27, 2010 7:28 pm
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Post Re: Rear Quarters
Do it yourself. No real challenge with 1/4 panels. Just get all the screws that are holding it in. It's been awhile but I believe it also slides back to remove. The dashboard is the challenge area :burnout:

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Thu Oct 28, 2010 4:36 am
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Post Re: Rear Quarters
Thanks, Did you use spray 3M super adhesive or more of a stronger glue? I have had mixed feedback on whether or not to go leather basck there to match the rest of the car or to go vinyl since it is in the far back.


Thu Oct 28, 2010 4:40 am
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I never redide the quarters but I removed them to put some used leather ones in. My dash was redone by a place in Tijuana. I didn't really like the outcome but it's decent. They used that brush on stuff which I would recommend. I'm not very happy with 3M spray adhesives. I've even used their strongest stuff. There is some other brush on stuff that I can't remember the name but you can get it at Home Depot.

Weldwood is the name I believe.

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