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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-25-03, 12:54 PM Thread Starter
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quarter panel and roof question

is the quarter panel and roof 1 piece? how hard is it to repair the roof? im looking into purchasing a navigator with roof damage but i was wonderig if i needed to replace anything else that would go along with the roof.
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Re: quarter panel and roof question

dunno specifically but I would be very confident that the skin and sub frames can be replaced all as separate items. Quarters are usually sold as a spare which means they are usually spot welded or glued on the assembly line.
Replacing a roof skin in any case is easiest done by drilling the spots out and lifting the skin off.
Pull the hood liner and the spots may be visible without too much looking.

Repairing a roof and getting it flat is basically impossible. It will show the repair in a few years.

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