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Is there a 'best' company for aftermarket bodypanels?


Blmpkn

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Like the title states... is there a company thats known for better fitment / overall quality of their replacement panels than the rest of em?
 


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Tabco of Cleveland, Ohio. I haven’t used them for Ranger panels, I did use them for floorpans of a sixth-generation F-Series. Fit is much better than any other replacement sheet metal I’ve seen, and the parts are also the OEM metal gauge. The only drawback is that they wait for enough orders to come in before they do a run of whatever you ordered. My wait was about two months back in early 2020 before the virus made things shut down; Tabco was very helpful on the phone and even threw in extra (flat) sheet metal at no charge, which I’m now putting to use to repair my Ranger’s battery tray.
 

Blmpkn

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Location
Southern maine
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2023
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Ford Bronco
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2.3 EcoBoost
Engine Size
2.3
Transmission
Automatic
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
2.5"
Tire Size
285/75/18
My credo
Its probably better to be self deprecating than self defecating.
Tabco of Cleveland, Ohio. I haven’t used them for Ranger panels, I did use them for floorpans of a sixth-generation F-Series. Fit is much better than any other replacement sheet metal I’ve seen, and the parts are also the OEM metal gauge. The only drawback is that they wait for enough orders to come in before they do a run of whatever you ordered. My wait was about two months back in early 2020 before the virus made things shut down; Tabco was very helpful on the phone and even threw in extra (flat) sheet metal at no charge, which I’m now putting to use to repair my Ranger’s battery tray.
I'll look into them thanks!
 

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