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Fender Rollin

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by snowboarderguy44, May 20, 2003.

  1. snowboarderguy44

    snowboarderguy44 Member

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    anyone ever rolled out the OE fenders i seen it done B4 ... reason is ...... im installin Kosei K1 rims 16x7.5 +32offset in order to clear properly ...... i need to roll tha fenders ...... thanx for tha help
     
  2. chestercheeto48

    chestercheeto48 Senior Member VIP

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    I think i saw something about using a baseball bat somewhere, but that is really ghetto so I am no help.
     
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    i had a friend of mine use a steel pipe cuz his car was way slammed. ghetto-fabulous method.

    i think there actually is a tool you can buy to be able to do it.
     
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    put a baseball bat or metal pipe inside the fender part have the car on neutral, have someone holding the pipe and another 2 ppl pushing the car. i think the pipe is suppose to be pushing the fender up a lil as the car is rolling. i cant explain it but i can do it. maybe B or someone has a better way of saying it. hope it helps somewhat.
     
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    i think you can rent a fender roller from kragens or something. Its more exspensive than using your baseball bat and a pipe but at least its meant to do that.
     
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