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Old 10-16-2004, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default front tires rubbing fender.... how to roll fenders??

ok i tried the search but i guess i didnt try hard enough, well anyways do any of u guys have a link i can look at on a how-to roll front fenders????????? any help would be great thanks in advance
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Old 10-16-2004, 01:04 PM   #2
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stick baseball bat between the fender and wheel,start rolling.
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No seriously, WTF would a baseball bat do?

Like..... I dont get it

Im not interested in doing it but heard of that somewhere to

No ******* idea how this is done
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Old 10-16-2004, 03:29 PM   #4
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No seriously, WTF would a baseball bat do?

Like..... I dont get it
A baseball bat would do EXACTLY what you need it to do, ROLL YOUR BLOODY FENDERS!!

Stop whining and roll your fenders already. Why pay someone else to do a 10 min job?
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This link describes how to do it properly:
http://www.robsaudiworld.com/fender.htm
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So how the **** do you use a baseball bat to perfectly roll a fender?
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This link describes how to do it properly:
http://www.robsaudiworld.com/fender.htm
Fender roller for rent haha how gay. Im glad i own one of those.
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So how the **** do you use a baseball bat to perfectly roll a fender?
Don't know that it can be done perfectly. lol I tried it once just for the hell of it because we were changing out the fenders...it sucked. lol
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Spray some paint or rust inhibitor on the area that was rolled under the fender so it doesnt rust..
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body hammer and patience. be very careful not to crack the paint on the fender, if you have a dremel or die grinder cutting them out is not a bad way to go.
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Well it's hard to visualize but I've seen it done like this. With all wheels still on the car you stick a baseball bat/pipe between the tire and fender. Push the bat/pipe down so you will be putting force on the fender pulling it outward. Have someone in the car either SLOWLY drive or roll the car backwards while you roll the bat/pipe along the fender pushing it down to pull the fender outwards.
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Old 10-16-2004, 08:08 PM   #13
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Well it's hard to visualize but I've seen it done like this.

--cause you are wearing a blindfold--
Nascar calls it a "Roush-Roller.."

Where I have actually used this is on a
wrecked car to get the fender off the tire
so it could be driven after a wreck..
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