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Fender - Front, Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: J220101
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$57.85
Product Details
Location : Front, Passenger SideRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : With molding holesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 5003950ALReplaces Partslink Number : CH1241225Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Driver Side
Replacement
Part Number: J220102
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$57.85
Product Details
Location : Front, Driver SideRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : With molding holesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 5003951ALReplaces Partslink Number : CH1240225Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Driver and Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: SET-J220101
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$109.92
Product Details
Location : Front, Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) FendersRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : With molding holesQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 5003950AL, 5003951ALReplaces Partslink Number : CH1241225, CH1240225Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: 9351
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$92.19
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Location : Front, Passenger SideNotes : With antenna holeRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 55234708AGReplaces Partslink Number : CH1241186Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Driver Side
Replacement
Part Number: 9352
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$92.19
Product Details
Location : Front, Driver SideRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 55234709AGReplaces Partslink Number : CH1240186Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Driver and Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: SET-9351
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$175.17
Product Details
Location : Front, Driver And Passenger SideNotes : With antenna hole on passenger sideComponents : (2) FendersRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 55234709AG, 55234708AGReplaces Partslink Number : CH1240186, CH1241186Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Driver and Passenger Side, with Right and Left Upper Wheel Arch Repair Panel
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$264.31
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Location : Front, Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Fenders, and (2) Wheel Arch Repair PanelsRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Set of 4Replaces OE Number : 55234709AG, 55234708AGReplaces Partslink Number : CH1240186, CH1241186Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: 7781
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$42.17
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Location : Front, Passenger SideNotes : With emblem provisionRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : F2TZ16005AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1241136Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Driver Side
Replacement
Part Number: 7782
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$42.17
Product Details
Location : Front, Driver SideNotes : With emblem provisionRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : F4TZ16006AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1240138Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Driver and Passenger Side
Replacement
Part Number: SET-7781
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$80.12
Product Details
Location : Front, Driver And Passenger SideNotes : With emblem provisionComponents : (2) FendersRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : F4TZ16006A, F2TZ16005AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1240138, FO1241136Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Driver and Passenger Side, with Right and Left Headlights
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$109.19
Product Details
Location : Front, Driver And Passenger SideComponents : (2) Fenders, and (2) HeadlightsRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Set of 4Replaces OE Number : F4TZ16006A, F2TZ16005A, F2TZ13008B, F2TZ13008AReplaces Partslink Number : FO1240138, FO1241136, FO2502118, FO2503114Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Front, Passenger Side Fender, CAPA CERTIFIED
Replacement
Part Number: C220187Q
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$84.91
Product Details
Location : Front, Passenger SideNotes : Without turn signal light holeCertification : CAPA CertifiedRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 68029128ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH1241262CWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Front, Driver Side Fender, CAPA CERTIFIED
Replacement
Part Number: C220188Q
Vehicle Info Required to Guarantee Fit
$84.91
Product Details
Location : Front, Driver SideNotes : Without turn signal light holeCertification : CAPA CertifiedRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 68029129ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH1240262CWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Passenger Side, with Front Bumper Cover - with Molding Holes, without Headlight Washer Holes, CAPA Certified
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$238.29
Product Details
Location : Front, Passenger SideComponents : (1) Bumper Cover, and (1) FenderCertification : CAPA CertifiedRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 68029128ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH1241262CWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Fender - Front, Passenger Side, with Front Bumper Cover - without Molding Holes, with Headlight Washer Holes, CAPA Certified
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$223.05
Product Details
Location : Front, Passenger SideComponents : (1) Bumper Cover, and (1) FenderCertification : CAPA CertifiedRecommended Use : OE ReplacementMaterial : SteelColor/Finish : PrimedMolding Holes : Without molding holesQuantity Sold : Set of 2Replaces OE Number : 68029128ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH1241262CWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
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Fender Guides

Fender Buyer’s Guide

Summary

  • A car fender is a rigid vehicle panel that houses the wheel well. It forms an arch that is designed to protect the wheel and prevent road debris such as rocks, sand, and mud from being thrown into the air by the spinning tire.
  • Curved steel was predominantly used in the fabrication of fender panels when they were first introduced in the late 1800s.
  • Today, automakers use non-ferrous sheet metals and other materials to avoid corrosion damage caused by exposure to water and the elements. You can find modern fenders made from steel, aluminum, thermoplastic, and fiberglass.
  • Steel is the most rigid and abrasion-resistant material used in making fenders. They offer the best protection from large debris and are less likely to dent.
  •  Aluminum offers the strength of metal without the heaviness of steel. They are also corrosion-resistant which means you won’t have to worry about rust and water damage.
  • Heavy-duty plastics can be used to make a corrosion-free fender that is also resistant to chemical damage.
  •  Fiberglass is an incredibly stiff yet lightweight material that provides fenders with outstanding strength.
  • There are two types of fenders based on location: front quarter panels and rear quarter panels.
  • Fender repair and replacement are very common because of where these panels are located on a vehicle. Side-sweep accidents and parking miscalculations are frequent causes of fender damage.
  • Foregoing repairs or replacement for these panels limits their ability to protect other vehicle components from getting damaged.
  • Consider brand, finish, warranty, and your car's make and model to find a good fender replacement.
  • These are sold individually, in sets of two, or as part of a kit. OE replacement fenders will generally cost you anywhere between $10 for individual panels to $1,300 for sets or kits.
  • Installing a car fender on your own is easy if you have the necessary tools and know-how. 

What is a fender?

A car fender is a rigid vehicle panel that houses the wheel well. It forms an arch that is designed to protect the wheel and prevent road debris such as rocks, sand, and mud from being thrown into the air by the spinning tire. A pair of front and rear fenders can be found on each side of a vehicle.

Aside from keeping your vehicle clean, car fenders protect vital components from minor collisions. They also help define the car's overall style and design. They provide classy contours that give your car a classy, edgy look, especially when your vehicle is viewed from the side. They also help improve your car's aerodynamics, so your car is not only cleaner but also faster.

What is the difference between a bumper and fender?

It’s common for people to confuse bumpers for fenders mostly because minor accidents are often called  ‘fender benders.’ However, these two types of panels are installed in different parts of the vehicle. Bumpers are located at the front and rear of the vehicle, while fenders are fitted on the side of the vehicle body around each wheel assembly.

What are car fenders made of?

Curved steel was predominantly used in the fabrication of fender panels when they were first introduced in the late 1800s. Today, automakers use non-ferrous sheet metals and other materials to avoid corrosion damage caused by exposure to water and the elements. You can find modern car fenders made from steel, aluminum, thermoplastic, and fiberglass.

Steel fenders

Steel is the most rigid and abrasion-resistant material used in making fenders. They offer the best protection from large debris and are less likely to dent—making them a popular choice for off-road vehicles. Steel fender panels are significantly heavier than their aluminum, plastic, or fiberglass counterparts.

Aluminum fenders

Aluminum offers the strength of metal without the heaviness of steel. They are a great alternative to steel because these panels are corrosion resistant. This means you won’t have to worry about its structural integrity degrading over time due to rust and water damage.

Plastic fenders

Heavy-duty plastics can also be used to make fender panels. Using plastic not only eliminates concerns about rust and corrosion, you also get a panel that is resistant to chemical damage. They are lightweight and damage from low-speed collisions is easy to fix. However, they are susceptible to cracking from heavy impact.

Fiberglass fenders

Fiberglass is another material that provides outstanding strength. This material is surprisingly stiff despite being lightweight. Compared to other metals and plastic fenders, working with fiberglass requires more skill and takes more time to complete. These factors make repairing fiberglass fenders a little bit pricier.

Types of fender panels

There are two types of fenders based on location: front quarter panels and rear quarter panels.

Front fenders or front quarter panels

Front fender panels are located on the sides of each front wheel. These panels typically cover the sides of the headlights to the hinge of the driver and passenger doors on the A-pillar. A car front fender runs vertically from the hood to the wheel well.

Rear fenders or rear quarter panels

Rear fender panels are located on the sides of each rear wheel. They extend from the edge of the rear doors on the C-pillar all the way towards the edge of the tail lights. Rear fenders also usually feature a fuel hole with a gas cap. These features can be found on either the driver or passenger rear panels, depending on the year and model of the vehicle.

When should the fender on cars be replaced?

Fender replacement and repair are very common because of where the panels are located on a vehicle. Sideswipe accidents and parking miscalculations are frequent causes of car fender damage.

Foregoing repairs on these panels limit their ability to protect surrounding vehicle components from damage. Sand, salt, mud, and other kinds of road debris can infiltrate your wheel hub assembly and suspension system without fenders that function as wheel well covers.

A dented quarter panel may not seem like it warrants a visit to a licensed mechanic, but this may conceal serious problems that could lead to costly repairs down the road.

Electrical wiring that runs underneath the vehicle may have been pinched by a dented panel, causing a lighting system failure. Your vehicle frame and wheels may get misaligned which could compromise your safety. These are just some of the reasons why you shouldn’t overlook any minor fender damage.

How to find a good replacement fender

Spotting a good aftermarket component in the market today is like finding a needle in a haystack. There are thousands of brands that offer the same part, but not all of them are capable of providing what you need. With such a difficult task at hand, we would like to help by giving you these tips:

Tip #1: Find a brand that specializes in manufacturing high-quality fenders. Why? Well, if the brand is known for producing top-notch aftermarket accessories, you can guarantee that you will get a product that's worth your hard-earned cash. Although it's not always the case, it's a smart decision to bank on the credibility of the brand.

Tip #2: Get a fender that's custom-built to your vehicle's make and model. Believe us, this feature would save you from a complicated installation process in the future—provided that you will carry out the task on your own.

Tip #3: Choose the perfect finish. One of the many functions of the fender is to boost the aesthetic profile of your ride. If you want to make sure that the replacement fender can do just that, you have to pick the finish that would go well with your vehicle's overall appearance.

Tip #4: Warranty, warranty, warranty. You'll never know what would happen to the fender once it's installed in your vehicle. If it's starting to show signs of deterioration in only a couple of weeks after you bought it, you will need something that can protect your consumer rights-and that's what the warranty does. Do we still need to stress how important it is?

How much does it cost to replace a fender of a car?

The cost of a fender will vary depending on your vehicle’s specific year, make, and model. These are sold individually, in sets of two, or as part of a kit. OE replacement fenders will generally cost you anywhere between $10 for individual panels to $1,300 for sets or kits. Fender kits may include a hood, complementing bumpers, and fender liners.

How to install a car fender

So you just found yourself in a "fender-bender". Naturally, you'd want to get rid of that nasty dent on your ride by replacing your fender with an aftermarket component. If you have purchased the part, the only thing left to do is its installation. However, since you've already spent your hard-earned money on the replacement fender, you're reluctant to shell out more cash in hiring a professional mechanic. Luckily, that won't be a problem anymore because we'll teach you how to install your fender the right way.

Things that you'll need:
  • Pliers
  • Drill
  • 1/4-inch drill bit
  • Ratchet set
  • Fender
  • Dust mask
  • Goggles

Step 1: Unbolt the bumper from your car so you can uninstall the stock fender (you can sell it to a scrap yard if you want to). Keep all the hardware you discarded.

Step 2: Disconnect the headlights from your car by using pliers.

Step 3: Place the fender on the side of your car. Using the permanent marker, mark the position of the core support bolts on your fender.

Step 4: Put on the dust mask and goggles. Drill 1/4-inch-wide holes on the marked spots on your fender.

Step 5: After the holes are done, bolt the fender on the side of your car. Make sure that it doesn't impede the opening and closing of your door or hood. If it does, make the necessary adjustment.

Step 6: Install the headlight in front of the fender. You can use a ratchet to tighten the bolts. Check if the fender fits against the headlight.

Step 7: Tighten the core support bolts with the ratchet. You can repeat the install process to the other side of your vehicle.

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