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Discussion in '8th Gen' started by Mrcorolladeaf, Jun 4, 2014.

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    Mrcorolladeaf DEAFNESSCREW

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    I had been working on adjust camber kit and playing my new toys rims, now it time roll fender also possible pull lil bit alike flare soo ummm... Here pix image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg
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    jerrychoochoo I <3 Wheels

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    Looking good brotha, what size are the tires?
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    Awesome! Looks much better.
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    Mrcorolladeaf DEAFNESSCREW

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    Thanks man, way better ....
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    Mrcorolladeaf DEAFNESSCREW

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    195/45/15 but I should gotten 185/45/15 but oh well lol, btw thanks
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    Btw guys, I didn't go toyotafest last May 3rd, I had some reason for my daughter kinda important to her, so I wish I was there check it out and meet all ya :(
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    Yeah, I noticed you weren't there to meet me lol.
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    Always next year !
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    So have you rolled the fenders yet? i cant tell
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    Yeah, next year plenty time going toyotafest :-D
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    Not yet but soon
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    I was thinking if they were rolled it was very subtle
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    Mrcorolladeaf DEAFNESSCREW

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    I put sleeve back on raise a little, still figure it out, I already fold rear fender as well, one thing I haven't pull my fender yet... Which one should I go with flare or pull fender? ummm
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    Go with a pull, if it isn't enough then camber the rear a little more. If that still doesn't help either get 165/50 or 165/45 tires.
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    Definitely go with a pull.

    PS why are you always having 2 jacks
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    Maximum lift?
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    IDK, I just put one jack under the side of the car in the right spot and jack the entire thing up at once.
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    Years ago a guy on our local forum died when his car fell off the jack and crushed his head killing him, i always like to have wooden blocks (think 6x8) under a vehicle if jack stands arent available.I had my 93 accord fall off the jack just after i was under the car putting an axle in, luckily it decided to do so after i wasnt in harms way.
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    yep, you always want to have something under the car if you don't have jack stands. I used to put old steel rims+tires under.
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    Yep, I always use jack stands, one in the front and one in the back if I've got the whole side up, and I usually leave the jack there as well
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    I always leave my oem jack on, my stands and a steel wheel under....you can never be too secure you know.
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    jerrychoochoo I <3 Wheels

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    I heard that an S2K owner died from having faulty jack stands. So sad..
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    i always use jack stand when lifting my car up. if i need to take off my wheel, i will always put my wheel under. but u know factory jack point under the skift is quite weak sometime ( especially those rail jackpoint), my solution will always just try to work as quick as i could on jack, and really look at where do i place my jack

    thats one of the most scary part when doing diy i do admit ( i remember my dad always warn me where do i put my jack)
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    Thanks for hint @jerrychoochoo
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    Well, it Is that hard to pull while using roll fender?
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    Well, my car front red jack doesn't fit so I use gray jack rear to lift then I can able lift front red jack, of course I always using safely spare tire underneath car where nearly while I'm working, I left my jack stand at storage didn't feel like getting jack stand lol... U can't see spare tire was other side my car where I tool shot picture, that is why u guys was talking about safely
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    jerrychoochoo I <3 Wheels

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    Not hard at all, just takes a lot of time. Man we should meet up one day, I would love to see your car in person.
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    lol yeah I had to use two jacks before I bought one that was able to fit under the car properly.
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    Man seem I can't afford buy my own tools for fender roll umm that cost me around $250 blue ones and red one hummer puller fender cost around $50, this is only way to afford it! image.jpg image.jpg
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    Thanks, I would mind meet someday :)

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