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Rear Corner Removed

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The first step of the process is to basically remove the rear third of the Wrangler beginning with the roof, doors, interior behind the B-pillar, and rear section of the factory sportbar. Then, you drill out all the individual spot welds holding the factory outer quarter panel and use an air chisel to separate the quarter panel from the vehicle. The corner cap that houses the taillight goes away and the quarter panel can be peeled off. Note the ample amounts of expanding foam Jeep uses to insulate occupants from NVH.