...not perfect...I ain't gonna put the collision shop outta business any time soon...but this was easier than I expected. A LOT of waiting for stuff to dry...I totally understand why freightliner didn't want to perform this repair. This is a very common repair... the shop usually unglues the whole fender panel, glues in a new panel, primers it and paints it. Takes three days. The problem is... this is my oldest truck...my first truck...my baby. At 22 years old, it's a grandpa. The fenders are way on backorder...6 months at least... and the shop didn't want to rebuilt it...so I decided to try it myself. Got the fiberglass mat and fiberglass reinforced Bondo at Walmart...maybe $30. Regular resin was $8...but I needed special resin...$60. Evercoat glaze...$22...worth every penny...from O'Reilly's. $60 in sandpaper, guidecoat, acetone, misc. $40 in paint and primer. And I bought one of those vibrating multi-sander-cutters from Harbor Freight with a finger sander...$36...VERY usefull. And the rest of the tools I had...angle grinder with cut off wheel, orbital sander, belt sander, inline sander, etc. Turned out pretty good for first attempt. Pics to follow.