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MNmikew

Rust repair

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The door bottoms on my 2000 Dodge ram are really getting bad. I've been looking into getting some used replacememts but they are hard to come by (quadcab).

Do they make repair panels for these? Or is there a way I could possibly fix this myself? Perhaps something a bit better than foam, steel wool and bondo? grin

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There are some aftermarket body parts available. Not always a perfect fit but a lot cheaper than orig equipment. But remember you do get what you pay for. The bondo thing is out. Bondo holds water and the problem will come back in a short time only worse.

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I would contact Certifit in Vadnais Heights. They will need to be painted though, but their parts fit well and are very reasonable price wise.

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I would contact Certifit in Vadnais Heights. They will need to be painted though, but their parts fit well and are very reasonable price wise.

Thanks Shack, I've give them a call.

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