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Old 07-13-2010
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Help me out please

Hi I have a 2003 Ford Ranger XLT. I joined this forum to get help with fixing it up. Right now Im working on fixing the passenger side rear fender. I slid on ice on my way home from work in the winter and busted the fiberglass on a tree (first winter driving). Now I'm in the process of purchasing a new one and taking the old one off. I need to know whether or not this requires welding or not though. I dont think it does but I'm trying to make sure.

I also want to fix the front driver side fender and the grille. This accident happened before I got it. Im thinking of painting these parts myself and putting them on, if anyone has any thoughts on that I'd appreciate it too. Thanks

I'll add a pic tonight
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Well you just said it was fiberglass, you can't weld fiberglass
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