Jeep Replacement Body Parts

Front Right Fender for Jeep

Off roading can take a toll on your Jeep, especially if you get hung up on some rocks or a tree decides to move into your path. Not sure how that happens, but I swear it does – or at least that is my story and I am sticking to it! Eventually you may have to replace certain body parts of your Jeep.

There will come that run that will be a blast, but at the same time have some collateral damage that will remind you of just what fun you had, as well as maybe teach you a thing or two NOT to do the next time. It is all part of the sport. Just like football players take some hits, so do our jeeps, but at the end of the day, the overall feelings are the same – what a game!

When you play hard, no doubt you will have a time or two body parts that needs replaced or repaired. XtremeTerrain is the place to turn when you come upon some collateral damage that you want to fix without totally breaking the bank. If we don’t have what you are looking for, call and one of our experienced and helpful staff will be more than happy to help you.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. Just what I’m looking for. I got up close and personal with a big rock on a recent trail run and wiped out a front fender. I had a hell of a good ride and now I need to fix the damage. Stuff happens and I know that. Time to pay the piper!


  2. Yep! Got up close and personal with a tree that wouldn’t give an inch. You’d think after all of these years I would have learned that!


  3. Hey, I recognize that fender. It’s what the front side of my Jeep looks like right now. It gets primed tomorrow and painted Monday. Had a little tussle with a rock and I lost. Had a good time though.


  4. I’ve replaced several body parts and I know exactly how each of them were damaged. I tend to be the dare devil when it comes to my Jeep and sometimes I get carried away. Since I do my own body work my wife Marla doesn’t get too bent out of shape. She always tells me to make sure it’s the Jeep that gets the damage and not the driver.


  5. I’m forever dinging fenders. I usually have to replace one or the other or both of them at least once a year. I expected that when I started driving the extreme off road trails. It’s an experience I wouldn’t trade for anything!


  6. I was crossing a creek the other day after a good rain and couldn’t see the bottom through the water. I slid into a hole near the far bank and slid into a good sized jutted rock. Needless to say, the rock won and my fender is chopped liver. I’ve been wanting to get it painted anyway and I guess after I replace the damaged fender would be a good time to do that. It will only take 1 day longer than the repair.


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