fockyoumang: I keep doing searches for removing a rocker panel on a 2002 MK4 Volkswagen Golf gti and keep finding your channel. Are the rocker panels metal and how are they attached? On the passenger side under the door area mine cracked and out sounds like bondo but in the front where the fender attaches it is metal and rotted. My wheel hub went and the tire was turned so the fender came down onto of the tire and ripped it up and out. Is it a big job to put new rocker panels in? Are they welded or molded? I can but new ones for dirt cheap but can't find information on Volkswagen Golf gti MK4 style. Thanks
metal: great job whats the name of the song and by who I like it!..thanks for the help
john allen: ware you doing this work at in your living room? hahha
Marc King: depjim942 months agoin reply to dallaspolo
Go some place else, they are just making it hard on you so you will pay them to take it off. Better yet go to wwwlmctruckcom and get yourself a new part for about the junkyard price
OEM parts and aftermarket parts is big difference. Aftermarket body parts never fit well.
Jim Watts: Go some place else, they are just making it hard on you so you will pay them to take it off. Better yet go to wwwlmctruckcom and get yourself a new part for about the junkyard price.
747pro: die grinder with cutoff wheel and air compressor
ScottysDetailing: Sorry but im not to worried about a junk yard fire! And the sawzal won't start a fire
CesarConH: Good idea to do it over flammable polyester carpet. lol
The Big Guy Garage: chevy out my rocker panel install
ScottysDetailing: Have them cut it off, most pick a part yard will let you bring electricity standard wreaking yards sometimes are not so nice.
dallaspolo: QUESTION.. Im needing to cut both quarter panels off a car but the Salvage yard will not allow a generator in the yard. What can I use?
Art Martinez: Grinding/cutting on carpet. Nice tip, would would of never thought of that.
ScottysDetailing: This rocker cost me 10 bucks US. Alot cheaper then anything aftermarket, and it made a great how to video.
Sam Stancliff: wow thats a very clean rocker panel to come off of a junk yard find
cheeseymangos123: Im a bodyman buy after market parts less work then used rusty parts and cheaper.cut the the old one off predrill the new one cut to fit sleve the inner with left over new panel use weld through primer on bare metal on both sides.the parts are cheap try; cross canada; they have all the repair panels
AntiSemantic1: @Imsmartyourdumb They fit better than freaking Goodmark!
Jason Beland: @lal5555f Normally its not to much expensive depending of the car ,for my csvt i can have for 80$ both side at monidex Montreal ,but if you try to buy it from an bodyshop you gonna be rape on the price for sure,, just try to find from where your local bodyshop order their parts and order directly from her .
Jason Beland: @ScottysDetailing Just wann say an big thanks! for all your awesome how to ,i will now be able to make a pro body job by myself and save a ton of money that i didnt have on my baby svt !
Bryan Wells: Geez.... hope you didn't set the carpet on fire.
Gary Rosema: Why would you cut the rocker out then take it apart?Why not cut the rocker out of the project and weld it in?I can see the teaching about the spot welds but???