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Old 05-04-2011, 05:09 PM
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rust repair panels

Got rust here. I'm finding plenty of repair panels for my Ranger, they are all about the same price. Can you fellers recommend a supplier, and if any to avoid?
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Check out LMC Truck for repair panels.
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I like LMC, some of their panels are Taiwan/ China and others are USA, it's hit-n-miss.

Blue Oval Truck Parts isn't too bad, probably more USA stuff than LMC.

Most of my experience in repair panels has been for my 74 F100, but I just received 2 rear wheel well arches from LMC for my Ranger. Both are nice quality, about 20 gauge made in Taiwan.

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