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    secrets?
    What are some good way's to roll the inner fender lip in, without one of those fancy rollers? I guess there's no ways around it without cracking your paint?
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    I want to know too.
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    hammer and dolly, new paint is required

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    why not cut it?

    they cut the fenders on my cousines freshly painted caprice to sqeuze his 23"s under it....I told to just get a monster lift but they did a good job an it looks factory

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    Originally posted by D-BOY@Jun 3 2005, 02:48 AM
    why not cut it?

    they cut the fenders on my cousines freshly painted caprice to sqeuze his 23"s under it....I told to just get a monster lift but they did a good job an it looks factory
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    cuz cutting is gay.


    use a wooden baseball bat. roll the car forward slowly and put the bat in the wheelwell behind the tire, let the rollong tire force the bat over it rolling forward, this will widen the fenders enough for clearance. you can always force it back in. if you cut them you cant put that back

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    Originally posted by D-BOY@Jun 3 2005, 02:48 AM
    why not cut it?

    they cut the fenders on my cousines freshly painted caprice to sqeuze his 23"s under it....I told to just get a monster lift but they did a good job an it looks factory
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    and your cousin must have bought some bobo tires because you dont have to cut the fenders to put 23'2 on a caprice, ESPECIALLY if they lifted it. bubble or box doesnt matter

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    Originally posted by First Class Customs@Jun 3 2005, 03:02 AM
    cuz cutting is gay.
    use a wooden baseball bat. roll the car forward slowly and put the bat in the wheelwell behind the tire, let the rollong tire force the bat over it rolling forward, this will widen the fenders enough for clearance. you can always force it back in. if you cut them you cant put that back
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    now thats what i was lookin for thanks alot
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    Originally posted by polloi@Jun 3 2005, 10:12 AM
    now thats what i was lookin for Â* thanks alot
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    wooden bat worked for me too.

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    its harder than you think
    a bat can make a wave and then youre fucked

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    http://www.eastwood.com/shopping/product/d...d=fender+roller
    There are places that actually rents these out.

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    is that for rubbin.
    cuz ive tried ALMOST everything.
    my back tires keep rubbing my iner wells in the rear,
    im ready to kick the car in the ass!!!!
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    here's a place that has the instructions and also rents it.
    http://rollyourfender.com/

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