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proper way to roll your fenders

Discussion in 'Stop, Drop & Roll' started by Edwin562, Jul 28, 2009.

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    Edwin562 SWAG MASTER

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    proper way to roll your fenders

    how is it done...i wana fit wider tire on my EE100 and i need to rool fender cu my car and corollas are notorious to rub bigger tires...
    i wana get some knowledge from here first...
    any experience will help thanks..
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    Shifty SIdeways Noob

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    i did the ghetto way with a baseball bat when i had my advans
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    Edwin562 SWAG MASTER

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    how though
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    I thought it was easy at first but turns out i spent 2 -3 hours on a fender i hated it soooo much and i got crazyy a$$ blisters!

    an i used the fender roller... but It was worth it i have a full car and canada has some really bad roads and not a rub in sight :D
    my wheel specs are 205-45-16 it used to rub with just 2 people in the back
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    lol wow
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    youtube it, u will find some vid of it.
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    I used a Eastwood fender roller in the rear and the front.. They take some getting used to but I did 10+ cars over the last few years and I can do a nice pull in about 15-20mins a fender. I did the front so that I can one day put a 225 tire up there.
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    I guesse i just suck at it... ohh well
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    I sucked at it during my first 3 tries:sad:
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    whats the widest tyre you can fit on the 7th gen front and back
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    93geoprizm Active Member

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    205's
    215's with some fender pullin
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    took me 30 seconds a fender. my friend slowly went forward and backward in the car, and i rollled it with a bat, in a upward angle
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    why blisters? just wondering what method you used.
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    MstwntdFlip Well-Known Member

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    i used the thing you attach on the wheel locks. it was pretty hard
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    I'm about to rent one of those fender rollers and I thought it would be easy but after reading this I'm unsure now haha.

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