Jeep Replacement Body Parts


All of us who live for the wild life of all terrain riding in our Jeeps think that we are the best driver in the world. At the end of the day even the best racer in world has a wreck and damages the body of their vehicle. We Jeep drivers are no exception. The best part about being a Jeep owner is that many of their models are designed to be easily fixed both under the chassis and the outer body.


In order to get good quality Jeep replacement body parts we suggest that you search on-line for all the parts you need. Going on-line for your Jeep body part needs will help you understand the overall cost and let you look at different manufacturers and styles all in one place. It will also arm you with the knowledge you need if you are not able to complete the work yourself.

A quick search on the ExtremeTerrain website for Jeep replacement body parts will give a long list of easy to install body parts that range from grills all the way up to replacement seats. You should even be able to find those hard to find parts for the older versions that no one drives except people who understand the true value of driving an older Jeep made just for fun.

ExtremeTerrain has parts for older Cherokee models, older Wrangler models and you should even be able to find parts for the old-school Jeeps like the CJ2A, CJ3A and CJ3B. We will even sell you full body tubs and kits for these classic models if you wanted to build one yourself. You can buy the tub all as one piece of you can buy it broken down do you can build it on your own.

As a Jeep owner it is your responsibility to understand the true beauty of what you drive on a daily basis and to keep it in top notch shape. It is always best to do things yourself to fix the body damaged you caused with your reckless driving. It will not only save you money, but it will also show your Jeep just how much you love it.

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."

5 comments

  1. Whoa! We don’t think we’re the best drivers in the world, we know we are! I would tell you that I’ve been driving this Jeep of mine for nearly 3 years and have only sustained minor scratches, but I’m afraid that would be the kiss of death and a prelude to major damage. It is good to know about the replacement parts and I know I’m on borrowed time as far as that goes. I just figured I needed to boast no accidents while I can.

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  2. I have my Dad’s CJ3A in my garage. It needs a lot of parts replaced and I’m not really sure where to start. I thought I was going to have to pay someone else to do the work, which is why it is still sitting. I’m going to take your advice and check out your body replacement parts to see what parts of the restoration I may be able to do myself. A buddy offered to give me a hand. We may just surprise ourselves. Time will tell.

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  3. My parents laughingly tell their friends that when I’m off road in the Jeep, I’m an accident waiting for a place to happen. I have to admit that it’s a pretty accurate assessment. Dad works in auto body so I get the repair work done pretty much for free. I do have to pay for my own replacement parts though. Maybe if I didn’t have my Dad’s expertise to fall back on I would learn to be much more careful. But, I don’t think it would be nearly as much fun.

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  4. I compete in off road trials almost weekly. Needless to say my ride has sustained it’s fair share of dings, dents and worse over the years. I have replaced most of the exterior parts at least twice and some as many as 5 times. Over the years I’ve learned to do a lot of this work myself. Some was by trial and error and some was under the watchful eye of my mechanic. He worked on my Jeep so often that we eventually became friends as well. Sometimes it’s difficult to say who is helping who when we start working but the end result is always satisfactory and my Jeep is ready for the next competition.

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  5. The guys in the club have dubbed me the ding king. No matter how careful I try to be, the dings just keep jumping on. I don’t get anal about the little ones but I like my Jeep to look good as well as perform well. It’s good to know where to go to find the body parts I need when the damage goes beyond a simple ding.

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