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Old 08-28-2012, 02:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where to find replacement rear quarter panels

Hi all!

I recently purchased an 89 4Runner and I need new rear quarter panels.

Any ideas where to look?

I have tried some of the big after market companies and am coming up empty.

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http://www.toyotafiberglass.com/4Runner.htm


we have 3 different styles ... stock , 3' flared and hi clearance with 5" flare



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Old 08-28-2012, 04:21 PM   #6 (permalink)
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we have 3 different styles ... stock , 3' flared and hi clearance with 5" flare



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That is looking good. I planned to use steel and weld it in. How do I attach a glass panel to steel?

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Thanks for the links to alfa. I found that one on my own. I was hoping to find some cheaper.
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Ok, I am stuck.

How do you attach the repair wheel arches? I don't see that listed anywhere.
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repair panels ? or complete panels ?

for most of the installs , we use and recommend , 3M panel bonder
check it out .. lifetime guarentee , and much better then welding


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repair panels ? or complete panels ?

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The repair panel. The site shows how to install the full panel, but not the repair panel. I guess I can figure it out, it seems simple enough. I am hoping for a cheaper option as this is a 4Runner I am going to sell, but I REALLY like the fiberglass idea. I am positive I will be getting these for a Runner I am going to keep. GREAT idea!

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about those alfa/wolf parts. I havn't heard one good thing about them.
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I bought the wolf body panels, (specifically rockers and cab corners) and they are garbage, had to buy my own metal tools to re-shape them, could have made a better set in my garage.
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The repair panel. The site shows how to install the full panel, but not the repair panel. I guess I can figure it out, it seems simple enough. I am hoping for a cheaper option as this is a 4Runner I am going to sell, but I REALLY like the fiberglass idea. I am positive I will be getting these for a Runner I am going to keep. GREAT idea!

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We have some ideas on installing the "repair" panels as well .. but it is more of a bandaid . maybe email me and i can give you the speifics ...
also we have just "penned" a deal with (so far) 1 , USA distributor , I'm sure you will be able to buy these "locally" with out the obsene USA customs charges and Broker fees and me having to get your SS# to ship to USA (stupid) .. it's real expencive importing into your country !


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ohh .. and for your 90-95 guys ...

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not even on our website yet



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not even on our website yet



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WOWWW!!!! That's awesome! I've been watching to see when you would come out with 2nd gen stuff. Thank you, sir! Price wise, what are you thinking for each panel?
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"Dual T/Cs, frt&rearlockers, stocktruck&nolift, w/ stocktires & goodtread; itwilloutdo ANYTHING with a 6"lift & 37" tires, assuming that truck has no lockers and no transfercase gearing. Tires&lift work at the mall,gears&lockers work on the trail."

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Toyota Canada wants $1500.00 PER side
Toyota USA wants $1000.00 per side

our price will be $380.00 per side .

way easier to install , and NEVER any wheel opening rust again .
We have our first install happening late Sept . so watch in the vendor section for the install , with pics and discriptions


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Good stuff. Thanks. Can't wait to see the pics for the install. Living in the rust belt, I hear you on the "not rusting ever again" part.
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you'll have to watch in the " vendor " section , as it wont be posted here in the general area



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The prices are awesome! I am interested once you have a US dealer so we can avoid all the the import fees.
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