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WTB Rocker Panel for '70 2002


RED1602

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I bought a pair from BLUNT a few years ago and they were quite reasonable new. you know that you need to remove the forward part of the rear fender to do the swap so you'll need to either cut the rocker short of the rear door upright or buy the patch panel for the front lower rear fender.

IMO if you are going to do this job you might as well buy new parts because it will be nearly impossible to find rust free used parts and then once you drill out the spot welds you'll partialy ruin the part.

FWIW ToddK made his own (race car) out of a base board heater panel

'79 & '80 Vespas, R75/6 + R90/6 (and a Triumph), '76 IH Scout II

E36 

'71 VIN: 2574356 - Nevada, Sunroof, RUST and a really nice '76

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Thanks Winston for the info.

I e-mailed Blunt couple of days ago, but no replies

from Him yet.

Do you happen to know where I can buy the patch panel?

Thanks again

Keyvan M.

RED 1602

Sandy, Utah

1970 M2 (Track)

1974 2002 Tii (Show)

1989 325ix (Winter)

1991 325ic (Summer)

2008 128i (Daily)

IF YOU EMAILED ME I DIDNT GET IT. i apologize but im not sure what happened. i usually reply within the hour. rocker covers are running about 89 or 90 bucks now. id be glad to get you one. drop me an email if i can help

www.BluntTech.com
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