i have got a problem and i need some advice. on my way to my friends this afternoon a very large dog decides to run out in front of me. well it did a good bit of damage and i am pissed. it f'ed up my grille, pass side fender, door, and a good bit of the rear quarter. i spent a couple of hours tonight trying to pop the majority of the dent out of the rear quarter, but with no luck. the dent is huge, it goes from the back of the door to just pass the center of the rear tire and it is from the bottom of the truck all the way up to the top body line. i have pulled out all of the interior pieces on the pass side and tried drilling holes through the inner skin to push out some of the dent, somewhat worked, but in the process made the dent worse by putting nipples all over it. well i tried the trusty slide hammer, but there are too many creases caused by the dent. here is where i need a little help it is an '88 2door blazer, and i think i am going to just go ahead and replace the quarter, but i am not really sure where to start. sorry for such a long post. please give me a little info on how to get this done. thanks in advance.