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    Quarter Panel ?

    I'm in process of stripping car down with aim to exchange rear quarter panel for new one.

    Of course I'm planning to take old panel out not just cut out as most people will do hence here a question:

    Do anyone can point me in direction what tools i need to split this at the top without damaging roof ( i did see some time ago video of Porsche specialist doing this but i can't find it anymore)

    Any hints and advise will be appreciated.

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    Our shop uses a pneumatic metal cutting disk tool. If you are using standard garage tools, an angle grinder with a thin metal cutting disk is your friend. Do it in small sections to avoid introducing too much expansion into the surface.
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    Really appreciated for adviser as I didn't wanted to damage something and it will be actually my first time when I'm taking full quarter panel.

    Btw hope you enjoying your Tesla ,really nice car (sorry for all haters)

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